Alan Tatourian is a Security Architect at Intel Automotive and works on security solutions for reliable and trusted cognitive systems including future vehicles. Alan began his career in 1984 as an engineer in military aerospace program. After retiring from the military, he worked variously as a systems architect or a security architect on a number of platforms and technologies for, among others, Hewlett Packard, the Department of Justice in California, and Intel Security. He received his degree in electrical engineering from a military academy in Riga, Latvia. Alan is a member of SAE Vehicle Electrical System Cyber-Security committee, an editor for the SAE Automotive Cybersecurity magazine, and he is on the program committee for embedded security in cars (escar USA) conference. Alan is leading some of the cybersecurity research with Intel Labs and NSF autonomous vehicles and cybersecurity programs. He holds over 50 U.S. patents. On a personal side, Alan played rugby and American football and now enjoys outdoors, mountain biking and kayaking.
My Twitter is @tatourian.