Automotive Industries Article

By 2024, it’s predicted there’ll be more than 400 million connected vehicles in use around the world. In Automotive Industries magazine, Aviram Jenik discusses the implications for cybersecurity and looks at how rigorous testing and standard protocols can elevate the safety of these fast-evolving vehicles.  Originally published in Automotive Industries.  Excerpt: “Industry regulators are meeting the rise in […]

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New Automotive Cybersecurity Standards Require SAST and DAST Solutions

In the last decade, there have been 633 automotive cybersecurity incidents. Yet, this year at Black Hat, the automobile industry was able to breathe a momentary sigh of relief when a connected vehicle was presented as a hacking challenge, and no one succeeded. This stood in stark contrast to 2015 when researchers demonstrated the real danger of automotive […]

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A Guide to the ISO/SAE 21434 Cybersecurity Standard for Road Vehicles

According to Juniper Research, 206 million vehicles will have embedded connectivity by 2025 — with 30 million vehicles utilizing 5G connectivity. The connected car now contains units for communication, in-voice assistant, geolocation sensors and cloud-platforms that connect vehicles to mobility services.  To ensure that these hyper-connected vehicles remain secure, a standard known as ISO SAE […]

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Start Using Fuzzing to Improve Autonomous Vehicle Security

This article was originally published on Techaeris on August 07, 2020. For centuries, the automotive industry has benefited from the rapid development of technology. From the introduction of Ford’s Model A back in 1903 till in recent times, when cars are being equipped with assistive sensors helping the driver park safely, with the evolution of multimedia systems, or the […]

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How to Use SAST and DAST to Meet ISA/IEC 62443 Compliance

In a recent cyber-attack, a metallurgy company became infected with ransomware. The firm shut down for a week to deal with the infection; the final costs for the system backup and production downtime came to over 50 million euros ($54 million).  This follows a Kaspersky report, “The State of Industrial Cybersecurity” that shows 70% of […]

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