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.
Where You Can Meet Us
Join Us at These Industry Events
InterBattery 2024 is an event highlighting electric vehicle (EV) batteries and charging, with automotive manufacturers (OEMs) and Tier 1/2 suppliers participating as attendees or exhibitors.
VicOne will be on-site for an exhibition with our partner Trustonic. We will showcase our EV Charging System Protection solutions and show how we can secure electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) or charging systems by monitoring for software vulnerabilities and ensuring attack resilience. We will also demonstrate our collaboration with Trustonic on the xCarbon intrusion detection or prevention system (IDS/IPS) in a trusted execution environment (TEE).
Meet us at booth No. A1060 in Coex Hall A to explore VicOne’s EV Charging System Protection solutions and other automotive cybersecurity innovations.
Our News and Views
Gain Insights Into Automotive Cybersecurity
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Vulnerability Discovered in Automotive Product Security Platform Potentially Allows Remote Code ExecutionFebruary 26, 2024A remote code execution vulnerability discovered in an automotive product security platform and similar recently disclosed flaws in IT software products underscore the importance of continuous quality control across the overall software life cycle.
- Read MoreBlogFebruary 22, 2024More automotive manufacturers and suppliers have fallen prey to ransomware groups in January 2024, further highlighting the need for more robust automotive cybersecurity amid a rapidly evolving threat landscape.
- Read MoreBlogFebruary 15, 2024With the close of the first-ever Pwn2Own Automotive, the challenge now is to make the most out of the discoveries and insights from the event. We summarize here our own impressions of the event, homing in on emergent security gaps and industry trends.
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44 Unique Zero-Day Vulnerabilities Discovered at Pwn2Own Automotive Are Detectable Only by VicOne ProductsFebruary 8, 2024VicOne products are the only automotive cybersecurity products in the market that can detect 44 unique zero-day vulnerabilities that were discovered during the three-day Pwn2Own Automotive event held in January 2024.