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Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity to provides dedicated security solutions for IoT Automotive Telematics


Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity offers solutions that enable operators to build a second line of defense to protect platforms and vehicles. The security solutions will be presented at this year’s Mobile World Congress. Automotive telematics security solutions by Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity now enable mobile network operators to establish a …

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OT and Omoove present EasyOpen, a service that transforms smartphone into car keys


No keys, no card, you only need a smartphone to open the car and start the journey! OT(Oberthur Technologies) and Omoove have announced that they are joining forces to transform user experience and increase security for car sharing services. The two companies will present EasyOpen, a service powered by OT’s …

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Kaspersky researchers point out flaws in android apps that leave the cars unsecured


Android applications that allow millions of car owners to remotely locate and unlock their vehicles lack security features, hence fail to prevent meddling by hackers. At this year’s RSA Conference in San Francisco, Kaspersky anti-malware researchers Victor Chebyshev and Mikhail Kuzin presented research that they conducted on seven popular apps for vehicles. …

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Hyundai Mobis Co joins Automotive Information Sharing and Analysis Center


More and more companies are recognizing the threats related to Automotive cybersecurity and are taking steps to combat it. Hyundai Mobis Co has become a regular member of the Automotive Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Auto-ISAC). Auto-ISAC was founded by 15 global automakers in July 2015 and is a private consultative group …

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Trillium designs and provides custom, multi-layer adaptive cyber-security systems


Tokyo-based Trillium Inc has announced the successful closing of its Series A financing round with investments by lead investor Global Brain, Mizuho Capital and DBJ Capital. Tokyo-based Trillium designs and provides custom, multi-layer adaptive cyber-security systems, focused in the near-term on automotive needs – but applicable to the entire IoT …

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Capgemini offers Automotive Cybersecurity for Connected Cars


Capgemini through a press release, has announced  the launch of a new offer designed to enhance the security of connected vehicles, vehicle manufacturing plants and the enterprise IT systems of automotive brands. The offer combines the specialist expertise of the Group’s global automotive, cybersecurity and consultancy teams, including its wholly-owned …

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FASTR releases a manifesto declaring its organizational and industry intentions


FASTR has released a manifesto, “Toward Tomorrow’s ‘Organically Secure’ Vehicle,” declaring its organizational and industry intentions. Founded by Aeris, Intel Security and Uber in 2016, FASTR seeks to enable innovation in automotive security by marshaling industry-wide collaboration on the actionable applied and theoretical R&D needed now to drive systematic coordination of …

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CrimeStopper announced TELE-CONNECT a smart control App


CrimeStopper has recently announced  TELE-CONNECT  a smart control App for remote start and security systems. The CrimeStopper TELE-CONNECT is versatile telematics system utilizing a smartphone solution in order to stay connected with vehicle from anywhere in the world. Using the TELE-CONNECT app, one can control your vehicle’s doors, remote start your …

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Michigan Governor visited HARMAN Israel, asserted the strong Cyber Security relationship between Michigan and Tel Aviv


HARMAN International announced that Rick Snyder, Governor of Michigan, along with a delegation of Michigan representatives, visited HARMAN’s cyber security facility in Kfar Saba, Israel. HARMAN’s Saar Dickman, VP, Automotive Cyber Security and Michal Geva, VP, Sales Enablement, led the Governor’s visit, showcasing HARMAN’s cyber security solutions and discussing HARMAN’s …

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US Congressman introduces the SPY car study act


US Congressman Ted W. Lieu taking lead towards the rising need for automotive cyber security, has introduced the Security and Privacy in Your Car Study Act of 2017, a.k.a. The SPY Car Study Act. The legislation requires the National Highway Safety Transportation Commission to conduct a 1-year study, consulting with …

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