What We Do
With a vision to secure the vehicles of tomorrow, VicOne delivers a broad portfolio of cybersecurity software and services for the automotive industry. Purpose-built to address the rigorous needs of automotive manufacturers and suppliers, VicOne solutions are designed to secure and scale with the specialized demands of the modern vehicle. As a Trend Micro subsidiary, VicOne is powered by a solid foundation in cybersecurity drawn from Trend Micro’s 30+ years in the industry, delivering unparalleled automotive protection and deep security insights that enable our customers to build secure as well as smart vehicles.
What Sets Us Apart
Utilize Cybersecurity Solutions Driven by Automotive Foresight
VicOne leverages Trend Micro’s 30+ years of research, expertise, and innovation as a trusted global leader in cybersecurity.
VicOne provides top-of-the-line solutions that organizations can trust for robust and future-ready cybersecurity coverage tailored for the automotive industry.
VicOne’s partnership program supports OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers in rolling out a cybersecurity strategy, and helps ease their burden in complying with new standards and regulations.
Meet Our Experts and Leaders in Cybersecurity
Max Cheng is a globally renowned cybersecurity expert with over 20 years of experience. He is Trend Micro’s Chief Technology Officer of Core Technology R&D and Chief Information Officer of Information Service and Security.
Edward Tsai spearheaded the development of successful consumer products at Trend Micro, including its flagship product Virus Buster or PC-cillin. At VicOne, he leads the AMEA Business Development and Marketing teams to identify new opportunities and expand the brand presence within the automotive industry.
Ziv Chang brings decades of cybersecurity expertise and research specialization into the automotive industry. His main areas of research include APT groups, SCADA/5G/automotive vulnerabilities, hacker attack and defense technologies, digital forensics, and darknets.
Pender Chang leads a global team in developing the VicOne cloud platform and in-vehicle security solutions — defining a new standard of automotive cybersecurity solutions for OEMs and suppliers in the automotive industry.
Forge Strategic Collaborations With Industry Innovators
Where You Can Meet Us
Join Us at These Industry Events
2035 E-Mobility Taiwan and Taipei AMPA 2023
To accelerate the transition from gas-powered cars to electric ones, 2035 E-Mobility Taiwan — the largest professional EV and self-driving car exhibition in Taiwan — and Taipei AMPA — the fourth largest exhibition in the world and the second largest in Asia — will be held at the same time, at the same place, exhibiting gas-powered vehicles, EVs, automobile components and parts, and e-mobility.
VicOne, as an automotive and transportation cybersecurity expert, will be joining its partners’ exhibitions and showcasing its cybersecurity solutions. At Clientron’s booth at E-Mobility (#M1020), we will demo a cybersecurity-embedded IVI system that protects electric buses and commercial and passenger cars from cyberattacks through a secure smart cockpit solution. And at Hon Hai’s exhibition area at AMPA (#K0816), we will demo with MIH how we bring in protection to MIH’s fleet management solutions.
Meet us at Clientron’s booth at E-Mobility (#M1020) and at the Hon Hai MIH space at AMPA (#K0816). Our cybersecurity experts will be on-site to demo VicOne’s use cases for our e-bus IVI smart cockpit solution and for fleet management.
Our News and Views
Gain Insights Into Automotive Cybersecurity
- Read MoreBlogMarch 31, 2023Research has shown that advanced driver assistance systems (ADASs) are vulnerable to attacks using infrared laser technology that could compromise the safety and reliability of autonomous vehicles.
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VicOne & DFI Expand Partnership to Provide Advanced Embedded Automotive Cybersecurity Solutions for Safely Integrating Connected Cars & Smart CitiesMarch 31, 2023Together, VicOne and DFI make it safer to share data in vehicle-to-everything environments
- Read MoreBlogMarch 30, 2023We discuss how integrating a customized generative pre-trained transformer (GPT) model for automotive cybersecurity into our solutions can significantly reduce data analysis time and detect threats with higher accuracy.
- Read MoreBlogMarch 27, 2023We revisit the Brokenwire attack, which exploits vulnerabilities in the Combined Charging System (CCS), the most widely used DC rapid charging technology for electric vehicles.