Holistic automotive cybersecurity
On the one hand, connectivity functions allow manufacturers to monitor the vehicles’ state and install security updates when necessary. On the other hand, the growing number of communication channels increases the potential of gateways for hackers. To create a secure vehicle, you must consider all the connected elements and take a holistic approach.
From the single ECU to the cloud
Defense in depth: Our concept covers all the layers affected inside and outside the vehicle environment: individual components and ECUs, bus systems inside the vehicle, external interfaces and protocols (including WLAN, for example) as well as end-to-end encryption and protection of all relevant services. This not only ensures system integrity and prevents attempted misuse, but also meets the ever-increasing legal requirements for data privacy, data protection, and information security.
From embedded to automotive cybersecurity
Elektrobit’s offering enables end-to-end security for connected vehicles. Our automotive cybersecurity solution consists of efficient embedded cryptography architectures based on AUTOSAR, and customer-specific requirements. The security mechanisms are designed for secure communication, authenticated identification, theft protection, anomaly detection, intrusion detection, and all types of cryptographic calculations, secure updates, and secure diagnostics. Our platform-independent, modular offering lets our customers also pick and choose separate products and solutions.
Supporting UNECE R155
As of July 2022, UNECE regulation UN R155 applies to all new vehicle type approvals and requires the OEM to meet a list of mitigations to ensure cybersecurity in their vehicles. Elektrobit’s products can support your system in implementing these mitigations. Find out how you can address them with Elektrobit’s products in this list.
Cybersecurity Management System (CSMS) compliance
Elektrobit has been accredited to the objectives put forth in ISO/SAE 21434:2021, an ISO standard dedicated to road vehicles cybersecurity engineering. The standard fulfills the requirements for a CSMS as defined by the regulation UN R155.
Get in contact with Elektrobit’s cybersecurity experts for more details.
Elektrobit’s end-to-end vehicle security concept in detail
Defining the system security
Connected car engineering services
Reliable backend solutions – Customized cloud components for scalable backend solutions.
Safety & security consulting
Extend your existing development and production processes to fulfill the increasing demands of applicable standards.
Secure the in-vehicle system
Microcontroller-specific software to enable the hardware security features and abstract to the higher level basic software. Can be implemented in:
Securely mitigate the damage and immunize the fleet
EB cadian Sync
Wirelessly distribute and install security patches to eliminate vulnerabilities of your fleets via an end-to-end encrypted communication link between backend and on-board components.
Early detection and prevention of external attacks for in-vehicle networks
EB zoneo SwitchCore Shield
An automotive-grade switch firmware in combination with Ethernet IDPS library is the winning combination for E/E architectures which require high performance, flexibility, and strong protection against cyber threats.
Cybersecurity for CAN bus networks
Argus CAN IDPS
Meet mandatory regulation requirements for CAN cybersecurity with Intrusion Detection and Prevention System (IDPS) for CAN.
Complementary offering by Argus
In the area of security, Elektrobit partners with ARGUS to prevent cyberattacks in vehicles.
By joining forces, we make it easier for car manufacturers to take a proactive approach to automotive cybersecurity.