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ESCRYPT, RTARTA-VRTE, SecurityRealTimes ArticleCybersecurity included: Security for AUTOSAR Adaptive architectures Cybersecurity included Security for AUTOSAR Adaptive architectures

AUTOSAR Adaptive paves the way to an intelligently connected vehicle. To provide reliable protection against cyberattacks, this standard features security functions that can be integrated today into tomorrow’s E/E architectures.

09/03/2021
ESCRYPT, Multiple Families, RTARTA-VRTE, Security, multiple productsRealTimes ArticleSuccessful together! Coordinated development solutions are the key to success Successful together! Coordinated development solutions are the key to success

Transition, change, transformation, and uncertainty are probably the best words to describe the current situation in the automotive industry. E-mobility, connectivity, (partially) automated driving, mobility services, automotive apps … The list of technical challenges goes on and on. What will be launched onto the market – and how quickly? No one knows …

09/03/2021
Corporate, ESCRYPTAUTOSAR, SecurityRealTimes ArticleAUTOSAR security Adaptive platform must focus on holistic vehicle protection

Automated driving functions and increasing connectivity call for more fl exible software architecture – and a high degree of IT security. AUTOSAR delivers on this. With the adaptive platform and the deployment of critical security components.

06/23/2020
Corporate, ESCRYPTSecurityRealTimes ArticleDigital vaccination for the ECU IT security for networked vehicles starts with ECU production

How can the cryptographic key material necessary for secure data exchange be introduced into the ECUs securely and according to requirements? The answer is an integrated solution consisting of a central key management backend and decentralized production key servers.

06/23/2020
Corporate, ESCRYPTSecurityRealTimes ArticleIntrusion detection for hybrid CAN-Ethernet networks Tailoring security measures to both worlds

Today’s decentralized E/E architectures are no longer up to the challenges of connected, automated vehicles, which is why vehicle computers and automotive Ethernet will complement conventional ECUs and CAN buses. These kinds of vehicle networks require protection in the form of tailored attack detection and data traffic monitoring.

06/23/2020
Corporate, ESCRYPTSecurityRealTimes ArticlePerformance boost for hardware security modules New service-oriented HSM software secures future electrical system architectures

In vehicle architectures of the future, much of the software will be centralized on domain controllers, and automotive Ethernet will provide broadband onboard communication. This requires new approaches to IT security. Next-generation hardware security modules (HSMs) are becoming a central component, because they combine multi-app capability with real-time …

06/23/2020
Corporate, ESCRYPTSecurityRealTimes Article“Cybersecurity is becoming a prerequisite for type approval” Dr. Moritz Minzlaff on automotive security as a strategic task

Increasing security requirements for vehicles are manifesting themselves in a wave of new standards and regulations. In this interview, Dr. Moritz Minzlaff , Senior Manager at ESCRYPT in Berlin, explains what the automotive industry has to adapt to.

06/23/2020
ESCRYPTSecurityKnown Issue ReportKnown Issue Report CycurHSM Known Issue Report CycurHSM

Even after careful development and extensive release testing, we occasionally find defects in our products after they have been released into the marketplace. We correct minor problems in the course of our regular maintenance and development activities.

For more significant problems, we publish a Known Issue Report (KIR) to inform you about the technical effects of a known problem as well as offer …

06/18/2020
Corporate, ESCRYPTSecurityRealTimes ArticleAutomotive security from the inside out

Electronic control units (ECUs) are the backbone of in-vehicle communication and function control – and that means they need reliable protection against unauthorized access. Hardware security modules (HSMs) meet this challenge by embedding security functions within the ECU’s main processor. Combined with security software stacks, they are the key pillar of any eff ective vehicle security system.

05/30/2019
ESCRYPTSecurityRealTimes ArticleDashboard demand for ransom payment

In the wake of the WannaCry cyber attack in May 2017, If ransomware successfully hijacks the system, it proves extremely diffi cult to free the car, a digital hostage, from the hands of the cyber criminals the automotive industry became even more painfully aware of the very real threat posed by crypto-ransomware. Smart mobility and functional digitalization open up new territory for cyber criminals to prey on, and vehicles are no …

05/30/2019
ESCRYPTSecurityRealTimes ArticleESCRYPT honored as “Innovator 2018“

Renowned German business publishing house brand eins recently released its annual ranking of the most innovative German companies – and ESCRYPT was one of the top performers. The company took a leading position among SMEs in the Technology and Telecommunication category, earning the accolade “Innovator of the
year 2018“.

05/30/2019