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NASTF announces spring general meeting agenda

The meeting will be May 2, in Coronado, Calif. For those unable to attend in person, the meeting will be recorded and made available at a later date. 

Wheat Ridge, Colo.—Below is the just-released schedule for the National Automotive Service Task Force (NASTF) Spring General Meeting, which will be held, May 2, in Coronado, Calif. For those unable to attend in person, the meeting will be recorded and made available at a later date. 

May 1, 5:00-7:30 p.m. PT: NASTF Welcome Reception at the Il Fornaio Coronado 

May 2, 1:30-4:00 pm PT: NASTF General Meeting, Coronado Marriott

  • NASTF’s Heavy Duty Team Program: Chuck Olsen – AirPro. Learn about the HD Team’s plans to make scan tool choice easier. 
     
  • US Secret Service: Securing Your Digital Assets. In a world where is it not if, but when, a bad actor will attack your intellectual property, then what are the best practices to protect assets that must live on public networks?
     
  • Brian Daugherty: Chief Technical Officer, Motor Equipment Manufacturer’s Association (MEMA) – Hear about the industry’s latest vehicle cyber security initiatives. 
     
  • Donny Seyfer – NASTF Update.
     
  • Tony Molla: NASTF Education Initiative – NASTF is currently updating all automaker training information on NASTF.org and is adding many other resources to our new Learning Center. 
     
  • Scott VanHulle: I-CAR – NASTF and I-CAR have a collaborative relationship. Learn about resources from I-CAR that benefit both collision and service repair professionals.
     
  • NASTF has been on a two-year odyssey to take the automotive service information standards agreement from paper to practical use. Learn how industry and government agency collaboration have developed to resolve issues brought forward by NASTF members.  

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