Broad-Based Solutions for the Entire Value Chain

VicOne’s cybersecurity solutions support a vehicle’s whole life cycle. These help automotive stakeholders protect manufacturing processes, reinforce supply chain systems, and comply with industry regulations.

Solutions for OEMs

VicOne provides automotive manufacturers (OEMs) with centralized visibility over their vehicles’ complex ecosystems.

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Solutions for Tier 1 Suppliers

VicOne helps Tier 1 suppliers identify risks in their software components and supply chain processes, and implement effective mitigations.

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Smart Cockpit Protection Solutions​

VicOne enables OEMs to protect their customers’ data privacy all the way from the in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems to the car companion apps.​

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Why VicOne?

Cybersecurity Solutions Driven by Automotive Foresight

Decades of
Research and Innovation

VicOne builds on Trend Micro’s 30+ years of cybersecurity leadership and the expertise of 10,000+ independent researchers through the Zero Day Initiative.

Future-Ready and
End-to-End Vehicle Protection

VicOne’s extensive automotive cybersecurity solutions enable connected car stakeholders to always be ahead of current and emergent threats.

An Essential
Partner in Security

VicOne’s partnerships with OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers yield a future-oriented compliance strategy that exceeds the minimum requirements set by standards and regulatory bodies.

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Success Stories

Connected Mobility Built for Tomorrow: Empowering Secure Vehicle Connections for Safer, Smarter Journeys

September 19, 2023

Askey, a global provider of network communications and electronics manufacturing, has implemented the VicOne xZETA vulnerability scanning and SBOM management tool in the development process of its connected vehicle devices that combine on-board unit (OBU), roadside unit (RSU), and cloud-based advanced technologies for smart transportation.

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Tesla Jailbreak Unlocks Features via Firmware Patching and Voltage Glitching

September 12, 2023

Researchers from the Technical University of Berlin recently unveiled a hardware-based attack designed to jailbreak Tesla’s AMD-based in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) system. In this blog entry, we delve into the methodology of the attack and explore its implications for automotive cybersecurity.

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Unleashing the Charge: Safeguarding the Electromobility Era From Cybersecurity Storms

September 1, 2023

Malicious actors could exploit vulnerabilities in the charging infrastructure used by electric vehicles (EVs) to carry out cyberattacks on EV charging systems, which could lead to reputational damage and service outages. As EVs become more popular as a sustainable transportation alternative, the need for secure EV charging systems becomes of greater importance.

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Solution Briefs

VicOne, NXP, AWS, and Inventec Collaborate on Pre-Integrated and Comprehensive Cybersecurity Solution for Software-Defined Vehicles

August 25, 2023
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