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NNG claims its new Cyber Security Solution makes Cars immune to impersonation attacks

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NNG Cyber Security has announced the introduction of its new cyber security technology. The NNG Cyber Security solution brings groundbreaking innovation that detects and intercepts cyber threats for vehicles immediately, before they can cause any harm to the system of the car. The newly introduced Parallel Intrusion Prevention System (PIPS) …

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Argus joins hands with Qulacomm to develop new integrated solution

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Argus Cyber Security has announced a new integrated solution to enhance security capabilities of connected vehicles. The solution features Argus Connectivity Protection suite and the highly-integrated Qualcomm Snapdragon 820A processor, a product of Qualcomm Technologies. The Argus Connectivity Protection suite is designed to help detect and prevent advanced cyber-attacks from …

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Findings on the state of automotive cybersecurity

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Sponsored by Security Innovation and INTEGRITY Security Services, a Green Hills Software company,  has conducted their second annual cybersecurity survey of over 500 automotive developers, engineers, and executives. “The cybersecurity of connected vehicles is one of the most important challenges for the automotive industry,” says Pete Samson, Senior Vice President …

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Report urges Britain to prepare for automotive cybersecurity threat

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In a new report, supported by IBM, The Institute of Engineering Technology (IET), the Intelligent Mobility Partnership (IMPART) and the Digital Catapult, the TSC cites numerous trends in the realms of technology, cyber security, mobility, and society are all converging to make it a much more complex environment in which …

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Argus introduces ECU fingerprinting in its In-Vehicle Network Protection

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Published: 17 November 2016 Argus Cyber Security announced further expansion of its In-Vehicle Network Protection suite with its new ECU Fingerprinting technology. This technology makes it much harder for hackers to perform cyber-attacks on vehicles.  It is now possible to identify and trace to their source messages that were maliciously …

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Trillium and NXP in joint development efforts for automotive cybersecurity

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Published: 16 November 2016 Trillium Inc. announced joint development efforts with NXP Semiconductors for automotive cybersecurity applications. The announcement was made at the Munich opening of ESCAR Europe, the leading global conference series on automotive cybersecurity. The initiative involves non-invasive in-vehicle testing of Tokyo-based Trillium’s SecureCAR software on the next-generation …

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GateHouse Logistics- a cloud service to counter road cargo theft

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Published: 16 November 2016 GateHouse Logistics announced that it has launched a new cloud service to help transport managers better counter high-value road cargo theft. Called ghSecure, the new cloud service is a module of the firm’s unique, all telematics unifying system ghTrack. According to TAPA (Transported Asset Protection Association), …

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US DOT ask for public comment on automotive cybersecurity

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Published: 11 November 2016 Increasingly “connected” automobiles bring convenience and other benefits to drivers and passengers, but at the same time raise concerns about safety and privacy. In response to this trend in automobile technology, members of the US Congress, along with others, have been asking what the US Department …

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Market trend in vehicle anti-theft system

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Published: 11 November 2016 An anti-theft system is a technology or a device employed to deter or prevent the unauthorized access of valuable items. Anti-theft systems have evolved from the invention of lock and key to the introduction of biometric identification systems. The choice of an anti-theft system depends on …

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Renesas and ESCRYPT partner to provide security solution for automotive ECUs

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Published: 10 November 2016 Renesas Electronics Corporation and ESCRYPT have announced their collaboration on an integrated hardware and software platform solution that provides high-level security for protecting automotive electronic control units (ECUs). The new joint hardware/software platform solution comprises Renesas’ RH850/P1x-C Series of automotive safety microcontrollers (MCUs) that combine on …

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