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Dear Mr. Mustermann,

Automotive security in 3 letters? The answer is HSM. Hardware security modules already play a key role in protecting today’s vehicle networks. In the future, HSM software will have to handle growing streams of data without impairing electrical system performance. You’ll find out how that works in this newsletter. Field Application Engineer Mirko Lange explains in an interview how ESCRYPT accompanies HSM commissioning at the customer’s site.

In addition: ESCRYPT and management consultancy KPMG have joined forces with immediate effect. Together, they will be helping OEMs and suppliers put in place standards-compliant, certified cybersecurity management for vehicle platforms.

We hope you enjoy reading this issue!
Your ESCRYPT team
New HSM
New HSM software secures future electrical system architectures

In vehicle architectures of the future, much of the software will be centralized on domain controllers, with automotive Ethernet enabling broadband onboard communication. This requires new approaches to IT security. Next-generation hardware security modules (HSMs) are becoming a central component, because they combine multi-app capability with real-time communication.
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KPMG
ESCRYPT and KPMG cooperate on cybersecurity for vehicles

From now on, management consultancy KPMG and automotive security provider ESCRYPT will also work together to support automotive manufacturers and suppliers in setting up certified cybersecurity management systems for vehicle platforms.
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support
“Comprehensive, competent support”

Every day, Mirko Lange heads out into the field on behalf of automotive security. He is a Field Application Engineer (FAE) for CycurHSM. He advises and supports customers to successfully integrate ESCRYPT’s firmware for hardware security modules. In this interview, he explains what that involves.
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