Kristie Pfosi is Executive Director of Product Cybersecurity at Aptiv, an automotive Tier-1 supplier, where she is responsible for global incident response, vulnerability management and cybersecurity research lab. Her work involves developing and integrating cybersecurity protections into advanced vehicle electronics with a focus on defense-in-depth and next-generation security.
Kristie holds bachelor degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering from General Motors Institute (Kettering University). She has passion for building the next generation of professionals, and is a founding board member of the Women’s Security Alliance (womsa.org). Additionally, Kristie sits on the advisory board for Kettering University’s cyber security department and Washtenaw Community College’s automotive cyber certification, and is the Chair of the Auto-ISAC Education & Training Standing Committee.