By assuring effective end-to-end security and safety of the user while they stay connected, SecureThings helps OEMs protect automobiles from both inbound as well as outbound threats. SecureThings offers a multi-layered real-time cybersecurity solution that protects a vehicle’s entire value chain through capabilities ranging from preventing from various remote attacks and host security to securing the entire in-vehicle network to identify anomalies and protect ECUs. The big data analytics platform offers analytics for attack trends, forensic analysis, and insights to the OEMs and suppliers. “Our cloud-based analytics platform is adaptive and builds intelligence using machine learning-based algorithms. It continuously monitors the network for anomalous behaviors and threats, analyses the attack trends, and provides a proactive recommendation to enable detection and remote immunization of the fleet to identify anomalies as well as to detect and prevent malicious activities,” asserts Vishal Bajpai, co-founder and CEO of SecureThings.
Given the need for effective fleet management and security assessment, the C-suite of a company is going to play a crucial part in the future auto organization.
In the near future, no automobile will be shipped without cyber protection. We envision becoming a global leader of automotive cybersecurity by continuously innovating and providing disruptive technologies
In order to assist them in making well-informed business decisions while simultaneously avoiding costly vehicle recalls, SecureThings’ analytics platform provides intelligent analytics by collecting data from vehicles, monitoring the fleet behavior, and analyzing attack trends. It does alert aggregation and correlation through automotive intelligence to understand the hackers’ behavior and ultimately provide proactive recommendations for securing the vehicle ecosystem. It can also be deployed in a Security Operations Center (SOC) for live monitoring and actions.
Moreover, the company offers multi-layer cybersecurity solutions by monitoring the network traffic and data transmitted within the vehicle network for any anomalies. SecureThings’ first layer of protection is protecting the external interfaces, both physical and remote, and prevents any malicious code from entering the vehicle. The second security layer rests on the devices itself and provides stringent intelligent checks based on machine learning. It maintains the integrity of the firmware, including the infotainment unit, telematics unit, or other ECUs. The third and final layer of defense protects the entire in-vehicle network through a proper understanding of the network behavior by leveraging machine learning capabilities. It then provides real-time intelligence for identifying any threats in the concerned network.
Accomplished in tackling any challenge thrown their way, SecureThings wants to keep serving its clients with its team experience and expertise. Having gained enough traction with its offices in the U.S. and India, the company aims to enhance its market reach in North America, Europe, and Japan. SecureThings plans to continue innovating to consolidate and strengthen the automotive cybersecurity realm. “In the near future, no automobile will be shipped without cyber protection. We envision becoming a global leader of automotive cybersecurity by continuously innovating and providing disruptive technologies,” concludes Bajpai.