Researchers identified multiple vulnerabilities in connected systems in BMW models

Assaf Harel, Chief Scientist & Co-Founder | May 24, 2018
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In-Memory Protection and the Recently-Discovered Vulnerability Exploits

Assaf Harel, Chief Scientist & Co-Founder | May 2, 2018
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At CES, Preventing Cyber Attacks Drove OEM & Tier-1 Interest in Karamba’s Autonomous Security

David Barzilai, Chairman & Co-Founder | January 22, 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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The key principles of vehicle cyber security for connected and automated vehicles

Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles | August 6, 2017

As vehicles get smarter, cyber security in the automotive industry is becoming an increasing concern. Whether we’re turning cars into wifi connected hotspots or equipping them with millions of lines of code to create fully autonomous vehicles, cars are more vulnerable than ever to hacking and data theft.

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U.S. DOT releases new Automated Driving Systems guidance

NHTSA | September 12, 2017

The U.S. Department of Transportation and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) today released new federal guidance for Automated Driving Systems (ADS): A Vision for Safety 2.0. This is the latest guidance for automated driving systems to industry and States.

“The new Guidance supports further development of this important new technology, which has the potential to change the way we travel and how we deliver goods and services,” said U.S.

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GM’s Cruise is launching self-driving pilots in cities because that’s where the money is

Johana Bhuiyan | December 24, 2017

Cruise has often touted the technological benefits of training its cars how to drive in big cities, but the financial benefit is just as substantial.

When GM’s self-driving arm, Cruise, is deciding in which cities to begin testing driverless cars, CEO Kyle Vogt and his team look at a number of factors. Among them is whether there is a big market for Uber, Lyft and other ride-share players.

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