cybersecurity

  • silicon-valley-2
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    OEM and Tier One venture divisions invest in start-ups: BMW for machine intelligence and cybersecurity, Faurecia for cognitive science, Toyota for robotics

    2018-12-21T14:12:00Z

    BMW i Ventures in Silicon Valley BMW’s i Ventures capital fund, based in Mountain View, California [HQ pictured], is investing in two-year-old machine intelligence company Graphcore, based in Bristol, UK, and with offices in London, Oslo, Palo Alto and Beijing. Graphcore is said to be ...

  • AutoCrypt-diagram-solutions
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    Secure, safe EV charging: Penta Security and GridWiz go for encryption, Luxoft leverages blockchain for carshare services

    2018-11-21T12:59:00Z

    Image: Penta Security South Korea-based Penta Security has added an electric vehicle charging security solution, AutoCrypt V2G, to its AutoCrypt suite for connected transportation systems. This is intended to provide safe communication throughout the EV charging infrastructure and charging payment systems. AutoCrypt V2G uses the open ...

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    Consortium creates CAN Data Diode for vehicle cybersecurity

    2018-05-25T15:43:07Z

    Image: Irdeto A consortium including America’s National Motor Freight Traffic Association (NMFTA), Irdeto, Geotab and DG Technologies has developed a CAN Data Diode hardware device in collaboration with the University of Tulsa. Created in the university’s Student CyberTruck Experience (CyTex) program, this is said to secure a truck’s electronic ...

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    BMW to expand cooperation with China's Tencent

    2018-05-25T15:38:55Z

    Image: BMW Group BMW Group is to expand its co-operation and joint research work with the Chinese cybersecurity research team Tencent Keen Security Lab. It has been carrying out security tests both internally and with independent third parties, and a project with Tencent Keen explored potential vulnerabilities in the ...

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    Blackberry cyber-security chief: “Internet-based hacks could affect a large number of cars”

    2018-05-10T12:33:00Z

    Alex Manea, BlackBerry’s chief security officer talks about connected car security vulnerabilities and how the automotive industry can better prepare.

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    Study sees shortage of cybersecurity experts

    2017-02-13T18:24:32Z

    Cyberthreats are growing and companies are having trouble finding enough specialist IT staff (Photo: IBM) A new study has found that companies and organizations are having a tough time finding the cybersecurity experts they need in a world increasingly exposed to digital dangers. Isaca, a global IT association, found ...

  • GM.automotiveIT
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    "My role is to protect the vehicle ecosystem"

    2017-02-02T18:43:00Z

    Jeff Massimilla was named chief product cybersecurity officer of General Motors (GM) in 2014. His appointment, one of the first of its kind in the global auto industry, underscored the crucial importance of cyber safety for the coming generations of fully connected cars. Massimilla spoke to automotiveIT at the Detroit ...

  • nxp.automotiveIT
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    NXP works with Trillium on automotive cybersecurity software

    2016-11-16T11:54:15Z

    NXP is keen to develop systems to protect connected cars from cyber attacks (Photo: NXP) NXP will test test Trillium's SecureCAR cybersecurity software in its next-generation microcontroller platform, as the chipmaker steps up its efforts to build embedded technology that can withstand cyber attacks. NXP said Trillium's software complements ...

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    IHS: Automotive cybersecurity market to soar

    2016-09-26T15:09:17Z

    Automotive software complexity increases cybersecurity concerns (Photo: Cisco) Demand for software and cloud-based services to protect connected cars will soar to 759 million dlrs in the next seven years, according to a new market forecast. IHS Markit predicts that, by 2023, a quarter of all vehicles sold will be ...

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    automotiveIT Congress: The rising challenge of cyber security

    2015-03-19T17:09:54Z

    Michael George (Photo: Claus Dick) A security gap identified in BMW's ConnectedDrive infotainment system showed clearly that more connectivity also provides more entry points for cyber crime. "Devices and services are more and more interconnected, and create vast amounts of data. But to whom do they belong and are ...