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Green Hills Software unveiled its platform for secure connected car

Green Hills Software has unveiled its platform for secure connected car. It is being claimed that it features 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 infrastructure. Together with INTEGRITY Security Services (ISS), a …

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OnBoard Security is joining forces with 360Sky-Go to work on automotive cybersecurity

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OnBoard Security is joining forces with Qihoo 360 Intelligent Connected Vehicle Cyber Security (360Sky-Go). The partnership will jointly conduct research into the security requirements of automated and connected vehicles. It is being claimed that the partnership between two will bring automotive cyber security to new levels in China and the …

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Karamba Security and VEDECOM Tech announce, the first cyberhack-protected self-driving vehicle

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VEDECOM Tech, the European self-driving car company, has chosen Karamba Security, a provider of autonomous cybersecurity solutions for connected and autonomous vehicles, to protect its autonomous vehicles from cyberattacks. VEDECOM Tech is a commercial subsidiary of VEDECOM Public Foundation, an organization dedicated to fostering innovation in autonomous transportation, and whose …

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ATS integrates the Uptane security framework for OTA updates

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ATS, Advanced Telematic Systems is integrating the Uptane security framework into its OTA solutions: OTA Plus and ATS Garage. Uptane is a joint research initiative between NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering, the Southwest Research Institute, and the University of Michigan Transport Research Center, working to develop a common standard for …

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BlackBerry launches QNX Hypervisor 2.0, helps realize a safe and secure connected car

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BlackBerry has launched QNX Hypervisor 2.0. This real-time Type 1 Hypervisor based on QNX SDP 7.0, BlackBerry’s most advanced and secure 64-bit embedded operating system, enables developers to partition and isolate safety-critical environments from non-safety critical environments, ensuring that no critical systems are put at risk. (A hypervisor or virtual machine …

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BlackBerry not perturbed by Toyota opting for AGL

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Util recently Toyota was using BlackBerry’s software as a component of its Entune system for certain infotainment services but the car manufacturer has announced that it is going to adopt AGL as its new infotainment platform for its 2018 Camry model. It is known that AGL is a collaborative effort …

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Kaspersky Lab along with AVL Software and Functions to develop automotive cybersecurity technologies

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Kaspersky Lab, AVL Software and Functions GmbH will work together to develop advanced, embedded security technologies through a collaborative and comprehensive partnership approach. Dr. Georg Schwab, MD of AVL Software and Functions GmbH and Mr. Alex Moiseev, chief sales officer of Kaspersky Lab signed the cooperation agreement in Regensburg, Germany …

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Cloud Security Alliance- Guidance report on connected vehicle security

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The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), recently released its research and guidance report on connected vehicle security. Authored by the CSA’s Internet of Things (IoT) Working Group, Observations and Recommendations on Connected Vehicle Security is a 35-page report that provides a comprehensive perspective on vehicle security connectivity design, possible attack vectors …

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BlackBerry working on security service that remotely scan vehicles for viruses

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News agency Reuters has reported that BlackBerry Ltd is working with at least two automakers to develop a security service that would remotely scan vehicles for computer viruses and tell drivers to pull over if they were in critical danger. Lately, we are witnessing in a spurt in the number …

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FASTR adds Uber security lead as Technical Committee Chair

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FASTRSM, a nonprofit research consortium dedicated to automotive cybersecurity announced that Uber’s Hudson Thrift has been appointed to chair the consortium’s Technical Steering Committee. Thrift currently leads the infrastructure security team for Uber’s Advanced Technologies Group, which most notably develops and deploys connected cars and self-driving vehicles. He is a …

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