As connectivity increases, new openings emerge for cyberattacks. Consequently, UNECE regulations require that OEMs and fleet operators provide effective security risk management for vehicles throughout their life cycle. One of the key elements for achieving this is attack detection via intrusion detection systems (IDS) in the vehicle. But how can reliable monitoring of on-board network communication via IDS still be guaranteed in the future, even under the increased requirements of Ethernet-based E/E architectures?
With its CycurIDS intrusion detection system, which is available as CycurIDS-CAN for CAN/CAN-FD networks and CycurIDS-ETH for Ethernet networks, ESCRYPT is offering a solution that is tailored-made for vehicle electronics and the increased requirements of connectivity. The IDS manager CycurIDS-M and the IDS reporter CycurIDS-R complete the offer towards a distributed In-vehicle intrusion detection system.