Driving Toward Industry-Wide Synergies
VicOne actively collaborates with industry associations to forge a more robust and comprehensive cybersecurity framework for connected vehicles. By leveraging our wealth of expertise and sharing our knowledge of best practices, we work as a key player in designing secure software architectures and enabling cutting-edge automotive technologies. The entire industry benefits from the strategic alliances that we are part of as we and other industry players strengthen our collective defenses amid a continually expanding connected car ecosystem and a rapidly evolving threat landscape.
"The collaboration with VicOne in secured RDS will provide the most worry-free maintenance environment for EV ecosystem members with comprehensive protection from deployment to maintenance and accelerate the transformation of the automotive industry together."
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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.