09 novembre 2020

Autonomous Vehicle Security Needs From A Hacker’s Perspective

One of the main challenges with securing autonomous vehicles is protecting its linked applications in jailbroken phones or laptops, Laurie says. If an attacker were to jailbreak their own phone, they could see the application code while it was running, which includes how it talks to the backend server. They could then retrieve the application’s hidden data, such as credentials, and take full control of the code, vehicle and connected infrastructure. The vehicle itself can also be a prime target for attackers. Tools to launch... [Lire la suite]

06 novembre 2020

Israeli startup C2A launches cyber solution securing vehicles' birth-to-earth lifecycle

  With incredible developments on the hardware side, including advanced imaging technologies and more eco-friendly engine systems, there is one major obstacle that is keeping the leading automotive executives up at night. The vehicle cyber-security issue is becoming the main worry for the automotive industry. Jerusalem-based startup C2A Security, a provider of automotive cyber-security solutions, announced the launch of its flagship cyber-security product, AutoSec. C2A’s technology meets the rapidly-evolving... [Lire la suite]
14 avril 2018

An inside-out approach to preventing vehicle hacks

As the auto industry evolves beyond simple one-time software deployment, it’s time to develop end-to-end cyber security solutions. Increasingly complex automotive systems pose serious development and security challenges. Today’s vehicle system engineers are faced with millions of lines of code – many times more than the average passenger aircraft. At the same time, a growing number of features and functions are being placed on a single electronic control unit (ECU). The resulting complexity of consolidation and mix of critical and... [Lire la suite]
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03 mars 2015

Security Innovation Launches Automotive Centers of Excellence

The Expertise to Provide Services and Share Cyber-security Research for Connected Cars Security Innovation, an authority in automotive and software security, announced today that it has established Automotive Centers of Excellence (ACE) Laboratories in Seattle and Boston. ACE Labs will provide our customers with valuable insight into threat and attack profiles in their automobiles. Security Innovation’s Automotive Centers of Excellence have been created to help automotive customers adopt best-in-breed security practices from other... [Lire la suite]