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Karamba Security's Challenge of RiCAN Morty at DEFCON's Car Hacking Village

Roi Inbar, Innovation Engineer | August 16, 2018
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The Hacking Challenge of the Year - RiCAN Morty - at DefCon 26 2018

Assaf Harel, Chief Scientist & Co-founder | July 23, 2018
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Researchers identified multiple vulnerabilities in connected systems in BMW models

Assaf Harel, Chief Scientist & Co-Founder | May 24, 2018
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Autonomous Security - Vehicle Self-Protection against Cyberattacks

In this whitepaper, we first discuss the key differences between enterprise security and vehicle cybersecurity.

We introduce a new security paradigm — Autonomous Security — designed to meet vehicle cybersecurity requirements.

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Karamba Security’s Carwall provides an endpoint security solution for Electronic Control Units (ECUs) that uses proprietary technologies in multiple layers to harden ECU software that protects cars against hackers.

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Tesla plans to open-source its vehicle security software for free to other automakers for safer self-driving future

Fred Lambert | August 11, 2018

With the upcoming rise of self-driving and connected vehicles come an increased risk of hacking those vehicles with ill-intent.

Elon Musk thinks that Tesla’s vehicle security software is the best solution available and he plans to open-source it for free to other automakers for a safer self-driving future.

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Kryptowire Introduces the Market’s First Mobile Phone Firmware Vulnerability Feed

Kryptowire | August 10, 2018

Kryptowire discovered vulnerabilities in mobile device firmware and pre-installed mobile apps that pose a high risk for the mobile phone supply chain because they can expose consumer and enterprise data on purchase.

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Zingbox Identifies New Cybersecurity Threat for Cars and Drivers at DefCon 26

Zingbox | August 9, 2018

They managed to not only hypothetically but also practically infect with ransomware a car. “The fact that we can infect a car’s infotainment system and expose private data sheds light on an important vulnerability for manufacturers going forward,” said Regalado. Xu Zou said, has also recently hacked a Telepresence Robot, an IV pump and other medical devices.

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