Multilayered Security Beyond Vulnerabilities
xZETA is a cloud-based security management tool that scans vehicle software to identify known and undisclosed vulnerabilities, malware, ransomware, advanced persistent threats, and backdoor attacks.
Manage the SBOM Centrally
xZETA automatically creates a software bill of materials (SBOM) from binaries and firmware, enabling you to centrally manage the SBOM for different pieces of ECU firmware. xZETA also allows exporting the SBOM in SPDX format, an international open standard, so that you can conveniently share it with OEMs.
Ensure License Compliance to Reduce Risk
xZETA offers open-source license visibility over the SBOM. It helps you reduce the cost and risk of intellectual property with greater visibility into licensing obligations and attribution requirements. xZETA also allows exporting license information in SPDX format.
Prioritize Vulnerabilities by Impact
In addition to the CVSS rating, xZETA provides another rating called the VicOne Vulnerability Impact Rating (VVIR).* The VVIR defines your impact status based on various parameters, including system context, usage behavior, and threat intelligence, so that you can focus on the vulnerabilities that have the greatest impact on your system.
Continuously Monitor the System to Avoid Blind Spots
As automotive cyberthreats keep on evolving, continuous monitoring for zero-day vulnerabilities is critical. xZETA can automatically scan your system on a regular basis and notify you if your system is affected, empowering you toward compliance with ISO/SAE 21434.
Integrate CI/CD for Higher Efficiency
To improve efficiency and ensure code quality, xZETA can be integrated with your existing continuous integration and continuous delivery or deployment (CI/CD) process. After code building, the system can automatically extract the SBOM and context information from open sources and can scan for vulnerabilities.
Detect Malicious Behavior via Virtual ECU Analysis
xZETA enables you to simulate your running environment in its automotive-grade virtual analyzer.* This allows you to monitor suspicious behavior and detect potential malware, ransomware, advanced persistent threats, and backdoors in your vehicle’s software. xZETA also automatically generates a detailed analysis report for your reference.
Global Leader in Vulnerability Reporting
Trend Micro’s Zero Day Initiative (ZDI) was responsible for 64% of all zero-day vulnerabilities reported globally in 2021.* VicOne, as a subsidiary of Trend Micro, builds on this leadership position, which has been unrivaled since 2007.
*Source: Omdia, “Quantifying the Public Vulnerability Market,” May 2022
xZETA helps automotive OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers quickly achieve ISO/SAE 21434 and UN R155 compliance and increase operational efficiency.
Open Source Security Expert
As a member of the Open Source Security Foundation, a part of the Linux Foundation, VicOne works to improve the security of open-source software for the automotive industry.
Continuous Threat Intelligence
xZETA is bolstered by the full support of 10,000+ ZDI researchers and the backing of Interpol, the FBI, and other international law enforcement agencies — enabling you to get the protection you need faster.
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