We’re trying to defend autonomous and connected cars from any cyber attacks.
We have a software that’s built with 3 layers. The first and basic level is the static rules, firewalling, resource management, permission, etc. The second layer is the machine-learning and AI. We build a behavioral profile of the car. Once we establish this profile, we can use it to detect abnormalities. The third layer is the cloud. The fleet manager can do a detailed analysis on what’s going on inside the cars and not only on one car, but the whole fleet. By doing so he can protect all the cars.
It used to be Argus but they were bought by Continental so are out of the game. Karamba and a few other similar companies.
I think everybody addresses the issue a little differently. Since the market is full of companies that need a solution, there is a place for everybody.
Someone hacking into your autonomous car and you not being aware of it.
We were at CES in Las Vegas and it was a big success for us.