Effectively scan your software environment for risks
VicOne's xZETA seeks to mitigate the risks to software-defined vehicles (SDVs) and software-based components such as electronic control units (ECUs). This scan not only considers the vulnerability risk of a system within its environmental context but also possesses the capability to run malware and backdoor scanning within a sandbox. This leads to greater visibility over undisclosed vulnerabilities while showing both malware and backdoor risks.
Minimize False Positives and Focus on Threats
Go beyond the level of code and focus on actual threats rather than false positives with a scanner that considers a system's environmental context.
Uncover Deeper Insights
Leverage the expertise of VicOne's in-house research team and independent researchers from the Zero Day Initiative to receive foresight into undisclosed vulnerabilities.
VicOne includes xZETA, which is unique to the automotive industry and includes vulnerability, malware, and backdoor scanning. By integrating deeply with xNexus and xCarbon, it identifies potential threats along the automotive life cycle and cybersecurity framework. During the vulnerability risk scanning stage, xZETA considers the environmental context to minimize false positives, while it creates an automotive-grade sandbox to detect potential malware and backdoors.
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