AUTOMOTIVE SOFTWARE EXPOSURE

TAKE CYBER RISK OFF
THE ROAD

Uncover the software components inside your
vehicles and identify all vulnerabilities -
so your cars aren't just safe, they're secure.

Assess Your Risk

MAP THE CAR'S
GENETIC CODE

Cybellum creates a detailed genome map of software components in the car and analyzes them for possible risks. Now, OEMs and Tier-1 suppliers see the true impact of each vulnerability, mitigate cybersecurity problems before they cause any harm, and steer clear of cyber risks down the road.

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Secure

FROM DEVELOPMENT
TO DRIVEWAY

Cybellum eliminates cyber risks throughout the automotive lifecycle - from the earliest stages of development all the way through integration and production, and even while on the road.

Secure

FROM DEVELOPMENT
TO DRIVEWAY

Cybellum eliminates cyber risks throughout the automotive lifecycle - from the earliest stages of development all the way through integration and production, and even while on the road.

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Cybellum

IN-PRODUCTION

Remove risk during development, so components are fully secure at the start of production.

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Cybellum

ON-ROAD

Constantly monitor and respond to risk so cars stay secure long after they leave the lot.

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NO SOURCE CODE NEEDED

Secures all components across the supply chain via binary code analysis - no access to source code needed

FULL COVERAGE OF AUTOMOTIVE SOFTWARE

Protects all software types, versions, operating systems, and architectures, for both old and new vehicles

NAVIGATE YOUR COMPLIANCE

Facilitates compliance with all major auto regulations such as ISO/SAE 21434, WP29 and more

Trusted By

INDUSTRY LEADERS

“Cybellum reduced our MTTD by 80% and allowed us to identify known/unknown vulnerabilities automatically with limited human intervention.”

Chris Dickman, Global Chief of Cyber Security Services and Research Team, Nissan Motor Corporation

Trusted By

INDUSTRY LEADERS

“Cybellum reduced our MTTD by 80% and allowed us to identify known/unknown vulnerabilities automatically with limited human intervention.”

Chris Dickman, Global Chief of Cyber Security Services and Research Team, Nissan Motor Corporation