With advances in digitization, vehicle equipment becomes smarter as well: from control panels over MRO programs to classic GPS – vehicles contain a significant number of smart functions that enable them to work independently on many levels and that are connected internally and externally. Like every smart product the connected car therefore becomes a target for cyberattacks. Do you have the right partner for your protection?
Those threats range from simply unauthorized data capture to more serious offenses such as vehicle or property theft, criminally malicious hijacking or even the possibility of remotely overriding critical auto systems and control, resulting in accident, injury, or even death.
Through the strategic partnership between TÜV Rheinland and VisualThreat, we will deepen our services to prevent cyberattacks in vehicles and ultimately increase the safety of next generation vehicles on the roads.
We aim at helping the automotive industry test, detect and remediate the increasing cybersecurity threats targeting next generation vehicles. TÜV Rheinland’s testing facilities and experience and VisualThreat’s cyber security technology will provide automotive industry and component manufacturers with complete testing services to ensure their products are secure from cyberattacks and meet industry standards for secure performance.
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VisualThreat is a leading automotive cybersecurity testing vendor based in California, offering the end-to-end automotive security solutions to minimize penetration from cyberattacks. The Auto Cybersecurity Testing Lab offers security penetration testing services for OEMs and tier providers. For the past years, VisualThreat has helped OEMs and tier providers enhance security functions inside vehicles. The company testing lab offers an automatic automotive cybersecurity testing framework for vehicles.
VisualThreat’s Automotive Cybersecurity Testing Framework contains more than 30 testing checkpoints from the following categories: CAN bus probing, individual ECU testing, and CAN communication testing among several ECUs. The testing can be performed either by local or via the cloud based modes.
TÜV Rheinland has been supporting the private and public sector with comprehensive consulting and solution experise in IT, cybersecurity and telecommunications through digital transformation processes for more than 15 years. With more than 600 specialists around the world, we provide strategic consulting, design and process optimization through to implementation, operation, and certification of systems. At the beginning of 2017, we opened a state-of-the-art internet of things (IoT) excellence center in Fremont, California. The new facility provides manufacturers complete testing services, supported by state-of-the-art equipment, to ensure their products are secure and meet industry standards for performance.
TÜV Rheinland audits Information Security controls in accordance with TISAX as one of the first authorized organizations worldwide.
Cybersecurity testing focuses on finding unwanted weaknesses or vulnerabilities hiding inside the vehicle software. VisualThreat’s Auto Cybersecurity Testing Lab offers an automated and blackbox testing tool for OEMs and tier providers to test their vehicles or ECUs with repeatable results and requiring no prior detailed knowledge of the testing workflow.
VisualThreat’s Automotive Cybersecurity Testing Framework contains more than 30 testing checkpoints from the following categories: CAN bus probing, individual ECU testing, and CAN communication testing among several ECUs. The testing can be performed either by local or via the cloud-based modes.
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TÜV Rheinland checks information security in accordance with TISAX
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