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.
This year, escar Europe will take place on November 10 and 11 as a hybrid event – in Frankfurt, Germany, and virtual. The call for papers is now open: Abstracts for presentations at the world's leading conference for automotive security can be submitted until June 1.
With a ceremonial groundbreaking, ETAS GmbH has officially started construction work on its new ESCRYPT Home development center in Bochum’s MARK 51°7 innovation district. On the site of a former Opel factory, a five-story building with over 10,000 square meters of office and usable space will be built for ESCRYPT by the end of 2022.
The UN R155 and UN R156 regulations adopted last summer by the UNECE World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (UNECE WP.29) will set the future framework for vehicle cybersecurity in many parts of the world. UNECE regulations officially came into force this January.
On June 24, the UNECE World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations adopted the long-awaited new UN regulations on cybersecurity and software updates for connected vehicles. In addition to the 54 signatories, which include the US and the EU, South Korea and Japan will also adopt the agreement. The UNECE regulations will come into force from January 2021.
The renowned business magazine Capital and the statistics portal Statista have named ESCRYPT one of the “Most Innovative Companies in Germany 2020.” In a survey of over 3,000 industry experts, ESCRYPT was acknowledged for its particular innovativeness in the field of “Technology & Telecommunications.”
With the rising connectivity of production processes, embedded security is becoming indispensable in the manufacturing environment. Embedded services specialist Hitex is now offering microcontroller-based solutions for industrial control systems. Combined with ESCRYPT’s security software stack, CycurHSM, these solutions cover all the required cybersecurity functions.