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HARMAN's Intrusion Detection System to Protect Automated Vehicles from Malicious Threats
By apacciooutlook | Monday, December 03, 2018
SEATTLE, WA: HARMAN collaborates with Airbiquity to provide intrusion detection system for automotive connected vehicles. The partnership integrates HARMAN’s Intrusion Detection System with Airbiquity cloud-based Choreo to bolster vehicles with security threat detection and real-time response capability.
The ECUSHIELD software of HARMAN monitors in-vehicle network and identifies the possible intrusions in real time. The Choreo platform of Airbiquity transfers this information to the cloud for delivering automotive alerts to the end user. The end users deploy all this inputs to prevent malicious threats in connected vehicles.
“ECUSHIELD” software is designed to prevent in-vehicle networks from cyber threats for end-to-endsecurity solution.
Cybersecurity has become one of the major concerns in connected vehicles. The vehicles are deployed with various software for in-communication and autonomous driving capability. This growing dependency on software has served as one of the critical reason for rise in cyber threats of automated vehicles.
"Car hacking is a very real threat that will continue to increase as we move towards greater connectivity and autonomous vehicles, with more and more new technologies becoming part of the Internet of Things," says Saar Dickman, Vice President, Automotive Cyber Security at HARMAN. "Following years of research in developing ECUSHIELD, we're delighted to be working with Airbiquity, a likeminded partner, to offer the industry the first end-to-end IDS solution that combines our company's embedded capabilities with Airbiquity's comprehensive back-end software and data management solution. Our mutual goal is to help our customers in ensuring vehicles are safe and secure."