Detecting And Preventing Automotive Hardware Security Vulnerabilities


In this new whitepaper, you will learn: How to detect and prevent hardware security vulnerabilities in automotive applications with Tortuga Logic’s Radix See how using Radix, as part of your Automotive Security Development Lifecycle, automates and enables a security signoff methodology Click here to read white paper. » read more

Week In Review: Auto, Security, Pervasive Computing


Pervasive computing — health An injectable biosensor may someday help measure signs of influenza. DARPA (the U.S. Department of Defense’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) and digital health startup Profusa announced a study that uses Profusa’s Lumee Oxygen Platform to find ways to identify flu outbreaks, biological attacks and pandemics as much as three weeks earlier than curre... » read more

Revolutionizing Automotive Development For The Digital Future


For years, the automotive industry has warned of the impending challenges posed by electrification, autonomous technologies, vehicle-to-everything connectivity, and the uncertain evolution of vehicle ownership. Today, these individual technological leaps, and the ultimate industry revolution they comprise, no longer represent uncomfortable uncertainties, but extremely real and daunting challeng... » read more

Securing The Modern Vehicle


For far too long, we’ve lacked the data needed to fully understand how effective the automotive industry is at addressing the software security risks inherent in connected, software-enabled vehicles. Synopsys and SAE International partnered to commission this independent survey of the current cybersecurity practices in the automotive industry to fill this information gap. Click here to rea... » read more

Managing and Securing Open Source Software in the Automotive Industry


Open source software is a significant contributor to the rapid evolution of modern technologies across every industry, and automotive is no exception. Black Duck by Synopsys software audits have revealed open source components in 23% of automotive applications. It’s prudent to consider the risks associated with inadequate application security risk management practices and the threat of mal... » read more

Work Remains To Enable Connected Cars, Automotive Security


The automotive industry continues to chug along, evolving constantly with focus on a number of technology areas including ADAS applications, electric vehicles, infotainment, and security. And thankfully, there is still time left on the fully autonomous roadmap for these issues to get worked out. As part of this time of significant changes, the automotive OEMs are continuing to adjust as well... » read more

In-Vehicle Networks Are Safety, Security Dependent


It’s clear that managing, defining and prioritizing data traffic within vehicles is becoming an enormous challenge particularly with the growing number of networks , and underpining it all are safety and security concerns. Rob Knoth, product management director for the DSG group at Cadence observed, “The more you try to integrate traffic onto one bus, the more you are exposing systems th... » read more

Sensors Enable ADAS


Under the hood, cars of today look nothing like those of a few decades ago. There are sophisticated safety and drivetrain monitoring features, software for interpreting and interacting with the outside world and modifying the inside environment, and a host of features that might have seemed impossible or even ridiculous in the past. And there's much more to come. Advanced driver assistance s... » read more

Rolling Out Automotive Security


The automotive world has traditionally been a secretive place as automakers made it their mission to hold design plans as close to their vests as possible. With complexity in the automotive design process, that tradition has been changing as automakers work ever more closely with their ecosystem. In one example, Adam Sherer, product management group director for automotive safety in the S... » read more

Securing The Car


"The bigger and more high tech a company is, the easier it is to use the front door." --Nomi, Sense8 As the quote above — from the Netflix sci-fi show Sense8 — reminds, as technology as infiltrated our lives as never before, ‘bad guys’ will try to get access to places we don’t want them to, and once they figure out how, it can be easy to cause a lot of damage by using the very sy... » read more

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