Argus Cyber Security, the global leader in automotive cyber security, and Elektrobit (EB), the pioneering provider of cutting-edge, embedded and connected technology solutions for the automotive industry, unveiled their joint end-to-end solution for delivering over-the-air
The Auto-ISAC announced that it is accepting participation from strategic partners to support the Auto-ISAC’s mission to develop an enhanced information sharing community focused on vehicle cybersecurity awareness and collaboration across the global automotive industry.
Panasonic Corporation announced that it has developed automotive intrusion detection and prevention systems as a cyber security countermeasure for autonomous and connected cars. Connected cars are connected to the Internet, so like current IT systems,
Kromtech Security Center has discovered data connected to the vehicle recovery device and monitoring company SVR Tracking. SVR Tracking is used by automotive dealers to track the location of vehicles and for reposessing cars. The
Kasperksy and AVL labs found many vulnerabilities in car apps, earlier this year. Recently the company looked at the space again with nine apps open to hacking and added four more. The company found only
TrendMicro’s Forward-looking Threat Research (FTR), Politenco di Milano and Linklayer Labs team consisting of Andrea Palanca, Eric Evenchick, Federico Maggi, and Stefano Zanero identified a vulnerability exploiting a weakness in the CAN protocol that allows
The NIO U.S. team took home First Place at DEF CON 25 2017 Car Hacking Village, beating out 10 other teams in the third annual “Capture The Flag” (CTF) security event. “We’re incredibly proud of
CyberCar, completed a demonmstration of blockchain to connected cars using a blockchain-enabled a telematics device. By bringing blockchain to the connected vehicle, CyberCar delivers a “membrane of trust” around the entire vehicle ecosystem, enabling a
Green Hills Software, unveiled its Platform for Secure Connected Car, featuring the industry’s most comprehensive solution for vehicle and smart city manufacturers building vehicle-to-anything (V2X) and European car-to-anything (C2X) On-Board Units (OBU) and intelligent transportation
Hacker/researcher George Holtz who was stopped from testing his self-driving autonomous car system, released a car reverse-engineering tool/hacking device, panda for $88.00. Although Holtz sees nothing wrong with reverse engineering cars, it can be very
To meet the cybersecurity challenges of next generation automotive system development, Kaspersky Lab and AVL Software and Functions GmbH will work together to develop advanced, embedded security technologies through a collaborative and comprehensive partnership approach.
If you are a Hyundai Blue Link user, please update your software immediately. There was a vulnerability in the software that could be hacked. The Hyundai Blue Link remote app that was launched in December