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Argus Connectivity Protection detects and prevents exploits of BlueBorne and other vulnerabilities

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Argus has designed and developed Argus Connectivity Protection to protect vehicles from cyber-attacks no matter how they penetrate the vehicle. Recently vulnerabilities, collectively named BlueBorne was discovered that can potentially be used to perform ransomware attacks on vehicles and even take complete control over them. But Argus Connectivity Protection is …

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Honeywell and Lear Corporation collaborate to provide automotive software technology and infrastructure solutions

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Honeywell and Lear Corporation are collaborating to provide automotive software technology and infrastructure solutions to address threats associated with emerging connected and autonomous vehicle development. The announcement was made at the 67th Annual IAA Cars event in Frankfurt. As part of the collaboration, Honeywell’s intrusion detection technology software and security …

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Irdeto working with IBM Security to combat automotive cyberattacks

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Irdeto has announced they are working with IBM Security to combat automotive cyberattacks. Irdeto is a among the leading companies in digital platform security. This collaboration aims to provide OEMs and tier-one suppliers with advanced, real-time security analytics and ECU protection. Powered by Irdeto’s ECU protection solution, Cloakware Secure Environment, …

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UK government releases guidelines regarding automotive cybersecurity

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The UK government has released guidelines regarding automotive cybersecurity. The document named as ” Principles of cyber security for connected and automated vehicles” was released by the Department for Transport and Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure. The quick start guide to vehicle cyber security lists the 8 principles: …

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Automotive cyber-security specialist CanBusHack acquired by Trillium

Trillium announced its acquisition of the assets of cybersecurity consulting specialist CanBusHack. CanBusHack is one of the oldest automotive cybersecurity consulting and penetration testing company in the world and has had successful projects with major OEM and Tier1 customers around the world. Trillium’s cybersecurity solution was under prolonged attack in …

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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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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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Hyundai’s mobile app for its Blue Link connected car software made cars vulnerable to hacking

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(Reuters) Software vulnerabilities in a Hyundai Motor Co app that lets a car be started remotely made the company’s vehicles susceptible to theft from high-tech thieves for three months before the company fixed the bug in March, a cyber security firm said on Tuesday. Hyundai introduced a flaw in a …

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Automotive Cybersecurity: Argus Cyber Security working with Bosch

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Argus Cyber Security and Bosch have announced that security vulnerabilities were found by Argus researchers in the Bosch Drivelog Connector dongle and in its authentication process with the Drivelog Connect smartphone application which enabled the researchers to take control of a car via Bluetooth. Following a responsible disclosure made by …

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