ETAS Inc., including the ESCRYPT team, is moving to a new corporate home in the U.S.. The nearly 100 ETAS and ESCRYPT employees working in sales, engineering, customer support and other administrative functions now reside in a 26,000 square-foot newly leased space in Plymouth, Michigan, approximately 25 miles outside of downtown Detroit. The facility features greater testing capabilities in an updated security lab.
escar Europe invites you to exchange ideas on the present and future of automotive security on November 11 and 12, 2020. Due to the current risks of the coronavirus situation, the world's leading knowledge forum will take place as a virtual online event for the first time.
At a time when the connectivity of vehicles and the number of automated driving functions are increasing all the time, it is vitally important to ensure effective protection of vehicles against unauthorized access, manipulation, and data spying. For OEMs and suppliers, comprehensive security testing is therefore increasingly becoming part of their standard repertoire for the preventative protection of sensitive systems in the vehicle.
Fuzzing is a powerful testing technique that can be used to check software and system robustness. A fuzzer is used to test how a target system reacts to randomly generated invalid or unexpected inputs. Thanks to this procedure, ESCRYPT has already discovered weak points and implementation errors in numerous customer projects – up to and including the sudden crash of safety-relevant ECUs.