59% of connected car owners are concerned the car they own could be a target for a cyberattack. This and more insights in this infographic.
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Cloakware Fact Sheet
Stacy, the old school car guy. Episode 4
What actually happens when an attacker modifies the code of the embedded software within your connected car?
Secure ECU in depth
Discover Keystone, a secure system that allows vehicle owners to create and control policies around multi-user vehicle access, settings and usage.
Infographic: Putting security in the driver's seat
Consumer Survey Connected Cars: Putting security in the driver's seat
This consumer survey examines global consumers’ knowledge and attitudes about connected cars and the cybersecurity risks that come with these.
White Paper: Cybersecurity for the Automotive Industry (Frost & Sullivan)
The automotive industry has now seen a number of cyber-attacks that highlight the magnitude of the risks. In this whitepaper, Frost & Sullivan and Irdeto discuss what automakers and tier one suppliers
Datasheet: Cloakware Secure Environment
Secure Environment forces hackers to expend an improbable amount of effort to break into vehicles, making them move on to softer targets that aren’t as well protected.
Solution overview: Automotive Threat Assessment Services
The modern auto environment is a soft target for hackers. The auto industry has not been exposed to hacking in the same way as other modern industries with regard to anti-hacking protection.
Datasheet: Cloakware Software Protection
Press release: Frost & Sullivan applauds Irdeto's digital security platform, Cloakware for Automotive
Digital Security for the Connected Car
By adapting Irdeto’s deep-level security concept with our monitoring services, you will achieve a multi-layered software security platform that is renewable and diversified. In this way, we can ensure
White paper: The car – a hostile environment requiring protection
Physical access to a device gives root privileges to exploit security vulnerabilities in connected cars. This can be protected by the Irdeto Cloakware for Automotive suite of solutions.
Solution overview: Cloakware for Connected Transport
As connected vehicles become the norm, we expect to see more hackers launching targeted cyberattacks, which will impact physical safety, damage your brand and expose you to enormous liabilities.
Datasheet: Architecture Review
Architectural Review services evaluates system architecture and software design to create risk assessments that identify weaknesses, providing OEMs and tier ones with corrective mitigations.
Datasheet: Cloakware for Automotive - Software Protection Service
Software Protection Service protects against code tampering, code reverse engineering, data tampering, data siphoning, and supports in-vehicle, iOS and Android mobile applications
Datasheet: Cloakware Keys & Credentials
Helps OEMs with customization of key packages tailored to hardware models, industry best practices for key management, factory and field key provisioning of ECUs, security engineering.
Datasheet: Cloakware for Automotive - Penetration Test
Penetration testing is an important part of cyber risk management. Irdeto’s team identifies security holes in much less time than teams using blackbox testing, taking weeks rather than months.
Infosheet: Cloakware for Automotive - Pre-emptive Vehicle Protection