As automakers have stepped up their game to meet the rising demand for connected cars, some are inadequately addressing the cyberattacks inherent in connectivity.
FREMONT, CA: The global leader in automotive cybersecurity, Argus Cyber Security ameliorates its stand-alone Fleet Protection backend platform by offering continuous live monitoring of both automotive and commercial aircraft fleets. The platform detects cyber-attacks and enables in-depth investigation into various cyber threat scenarios for rapid incident mitigation. It also combines machine learning and rule-based detection methods that generate a variety of alerts.
Argus Fleet Protection can be easily integrated and operated with existing Security Operations Center (SOC) solutions to strengthen automotive, and aviation incident management with domain focused feeds. Working off-board, the solution correlates and aggregates data from multiple sources and performs cross-fleet analysis to unearth suspicious patterns and emerging threats that would otherwise go unnoticed.
Today's connected vehicles offer an unprecedented variety of applications and services and an array of connected technologies. But as connectivity becomes commonplace, it increases the risk that privacy and safety will be compromised, pushing the automotive industry to an infection point. Built from the ground up to address this challenge, Argus Cyber Security offers comprehensive solution suites to safeguard connected cars and commercial vehicles against cyber threats. With expertise in cybersecurity and the automotive industry the offers innovative security methods and proven computer networking know-how with a deep understanding of automotive best practices.
Argus delivers multi-layered, end-to-end solutions, and services to protect connected cars and commercial vehicles against cyber-attacks. It also provides OEMs an Over-The-Air (OTA) software update solution that enables to quickly and cost-effectively improve performance and security as well as deploy new features throughout.