Arilou and Green Hills Software Collaborate on Vehicle Network Security For Automotive OEMs
Cost-saving Design for Intrusion Detection (IDS) in Automotive Networks Used by Safety-critical Applications Such as Instrument Clusters, ADAS, Telematics and IVI
Integration of solutions tackles demand for cybersecurity created by rapid growth in connected vehicles
Arilou Information Security Technologies, a supplier of high-end cyber security solutions for the automotive industry, and Alpine Electronics, Inc., a leading manufacturer of in-car audio equipment, mobile multimedia components, and in-vehicle infotainment systems announced joining forces to create the concept of an infotainment system securing the vehicle’s CAN bus against malicious hacking attempts.
The agreement between the companies is a significant step in the adoption of cyber security solutions in the industry.
Arilou cyber security launches its first strategic review regarding the state of the automotive industry in 2018.
Hiroaki Ito brings more than 20 years of industry experience to support global automotive software developer to accomplish success with new product lines
Dynamic technology makes it possible to securely control in-vehicle communication
NNG announces that it has collaborated with Renesas Electronics Corporation for its Renesas Connected Cockpit Vehicle Demo, which will be held at CES 2018. The demo features the latest iteration of NNG’s state-of-the-art connected navigation solution. Built using Google's latest Android™ 8.0 operating system (OS), it makes full use of the latest capabilities of Android, while deeply integrating with Renesas’ latest innovations in connected automotive hardware.
Israel-based automotive cybersecurity pioneer Arilou, member of NNG Group welcomes new Vice President to boost business development
According to the findings of a survey jointly conducted by NRC and NNG, 90% of Hungarian car owners think that they may be subject to an external hacking attack. Moreover, more than half (55%) of the population between the age of 18 and 59 think that hackers will pose an increased danger to car owners in the future.