Infotainment and Telematics units gets more Secured
Argus Cyber Security and STMicroelectronics have come together to serve customers better with enhanced cyber security of connected automotive technologies. As telematics and infotainment units become increasingly complex to support high-value connected services, they become more vulnerable to cyber-attacks.
The duo efforts will go into detecting and blocking attacks on vehicle telematics units in real-time and prevent them from proliferating to the in-vehicle network.
Besides integrating Argus Connectivity Protection with ST’s Telemaco3P automotive microprocessor, the joint solution with Argus Lifespan Protection provides automakers with: situational awareness of the cyber health of their fleets on the road. The integrated offering provides a critical piece in a multi-layered approach to cyber defense, helping automakers secure vehicles and ensuring the safety of drivers and the public.
Besides enhancing connected automotive technologies, the other benefits of the joint solution include insights into emerging threats through big data analytics, and the ability to mitigate new threats through security updates over-the-air and enhance the secure deployment of remote services (applications, SW updates).
The Telemaco3P solution with Argus Connectivity and Lifespan Protection and its cross-platform operating system capabilities (compatible with Linux, QNX, Android and more) is on display during CES 2018.
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