History has shown that physical access to a device is sufficient for an attacker to gain root privileges on that device. For an embedded Linux or other Unix-like operating system, such an attacker would be given access to all commands and files. For a car, this opens up extreme security vulnerabilities. Irdeto Cloakware for Automotive is a solution suite that combines innovative technologies and comprehensive services to address a variety of security challenges in a car.
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...
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Solution brochure: Multilayer Cybersecurity for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
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Use Case: Secure Environment for Connected Transport
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Technical Sheet: Mitigating Automotive Cyber Attacks that Leverage Physical Access
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White Paper: An insight on cybersecurity complexities and initiatives in the automotive industry
Infographic: Putting security in the driver's seat
Cloakware® for Connected Transport Brochure
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Datasheet: Cloakware Software Protection
Ep. 4 – How does car software get secured?
What actually happens when an attacker modifies the code of the embedded software within your connected car and how do you prevent that.
Ep. 3 – Why an Intrusion Detection System (IDS) is simply not enough.