c2a offers solution for car security vulnerability
Cyber 2 Automotive Security (c2a) announced that its patented Stamper technology, which was designed to protect connected cars from cyber threats, is available to auto manufacturers and suppliers worldwide on a royalty-free license basis.
Michael Dick, CEO of c2a, said, "We are proud to offer the market a royalty-free solution to this problem. Upcoming compliance requirements will drive the development of innovative frameworks that support the early identification, mitigation, and management of risks, and we are happy to contribute to the safety of drivers and passengers worldwide."
c2a says it has developed a safety and security layer for the next generation of connected vehicles to protect the hundreds of semiconductor chips and processors in the car. This solution includes bringing its Stamper firewall type functionality into the car network, as well as multi-network anomaly detection, microprocessor protection, and diagnostics over IP infrastructure.
Moshe Raines, Managing Partner at Labs/02, c2a's lead investor, said, "The automotive industry now realizes the critical need for cyber protection. Bringing this critical functionality to car manufacturers around the world on a royalty-free basis will make all cars much safer from cyber hackers."
For more information on c2a Security, visit www.c2a-sec.com.