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Karamba Security and Alpine Demonstrate at CES the Resiliency of In-vehicle Infotainment Systems to Ransomware Attack

BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich. and HOD HASHARON, Israel — Jan. 3, 2018 – Karamba Security, the world leader in automotive cyberattack prevention, today announced that Alpine Electronics, Inc. of Japan has selected its software to protect its infotainment systems against hackers in a demonstration that will take place during CES in Las Vegas, Jan. 9 – 12, 2018 in the by-invitation-only section of Alpine’s booth at the Las Vegas Convention and World Trade Center (LVCC), North Hall, Meeting Room N102.

The resiliency of an infotainment system to malicious attacks and to ransomware hacks will be shown in the demo of how Karamba software protects against foreign code and buffer overflows. This is an attack vector that can allow attackers to take over connected and autonomous vehicles. Self-driving car ECUs protected by Karamba’s Autonomous Security are not vulnerable.

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