ESCRYPT has obtained the ISO/SAE 21434 certificate for its security firmware CycurHSM. The product was certified with the highest security level CAL4 (Cybersecurity Assurance Level 4). The certification by TÜV Süd guarantees CycurHSM customers that the software stack for hardware security modules meets all the requirements of the new automotive cybersecurity standard.
At the 2022 Auto-ISAC Cybersecurity Summit on September 7-8, will see automakers and suppliers join policy and research experts to share insights and best practices. The hybrid event will be hosted in person at The Henry Autograph Collection Hotel in Dearborn, Michigan, as well as virtually.
Early security testing is an effective preventive measure to check the robustness and cybersecurity of vehicle systems. To prevent cyberattacks, unauthorized access, or manipulation, security testers in the automotive sector are increasingly turning to fuzz tests. These send randomly generated input data to a target system and monitor its response (Figure 1).
Cybersecurity solutions from the former ETAS subsidiary ESCRYPT will now be offered directly by ETAS GmbH under the ESCRYPT brand. ESCRYPT continues to stand for holistic automotive security solutions across the entire vehicle lifecycle - from prevention to detection and response. “The merger of these two companies enables us to support the digital transformation of the automotive industry with a more robust set of resources and expertise that we can deploy globally,” says Christoph Hartung, Chairman of the Board of Management of ETAS GmbH.
From January 5 to 8, 2022, ETAS will join Bosch at the CES® in Las Vegas to provide insight into the future Software-defined vehicle.
ETAS will present its future solutions as part of the Bosch Group in Central Hall, booth #16103, where experts will be on site to share an exhibit on the software-defined vehicle.
Listen to the latest on automotive security from ESCRYPT with our regular podcast, Automotive Cybersecurity Talk. The two most recent episodes provide answers about automotive fuzz testing and highlight career opportunities for women in cybersecurity professions.
Connected mobility, with its focus on the best possible functional and road safety, is possible only through vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communications – when vehicles and infrastructure communicate with one another. V2X constantly provides connected vehicles with a vast amount of information for making decisions, automated or not, that are appropriate for the traffic.