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Learnings From a 40-Year-Long Automotive OEM Leader

Paul Cha is a cyber and product security leader, serving as the VP of Cybersecurity at LG Electronics Vehicle component Solutions. Paul held critical positions at Synopsis, Ford Motor Company, and Samsung prior to joining LG. He found his way to cybersecurity while working on his Ph.D. in risk management. Paul started his career in […]

Intro to Automotive Cybersecurity Standards and Regulations

As vehicles have come to rely heavily on software and an increasingly complex software supply chain, the cyber threat landscape continues to evolve. Automotive cybersecurity standards and regulations for safety are more critical than ever. Industry-wide recognition of automotive cybersecurity risks has pushed regulators and industry leaders to double-down on regulation. The recent adoption of […]

Faye Francy

The Power of Community Participation with Faye Francy

The old phrase “sharing is caring” is something that Faye Francy has seen revolutionize entire industries. From her years as a Boeing Commercial Airplanes Cybersecurity ONE team leader, to Aviation-ISAC, and ultimately becoming the Executive Director of Automotive-ISAC, Faye has the unique vantage point of enabling communication between very private and siloed industries. Faye’s interview […]


CVE-2022-33216 Vulnerability Affecting Automotive Products

CVE-2022-33216 vulnerability overview: The potential impact on OEMs A new denial of service vulnerability, recently reported by Qualcomm, is having a direct impact on automotive products. The vulnerability has not yet been detailed on either the official NVD or MITRE web pages. The vulnerability (CVE-2022-33216) which affects several Qualcomm components and products, was defined as […]

Vehicles of the Future: Making Cars Smarter, Safer, and Greener

Below is an interview between David Leichner, CMO at Cybellum, and Rich Sturgeon, Senior Director, Transportation and Mobility at Dassault Systèmes which was originally published by Authority Magazine. ……………… The automotive industry has been disrupted recently with new exciting technologies that have made cars and trucks much smarter, much safer, and much more sustainable and […]

How Cybellum Solved The AUTOSAR Cybersecurity Puzzle

Securing automotive software is crucial to life long product security in the field…. But how can you secure a mystery box? As puzzling as it may be to call an AUTOSAR ECU a ‘mystery box’, this is essentially how many of today’s automotive manufacturers program their ECUs. Over the years, this closed system was enough […]

Cybellum Announces Solution for AUTOSAR-Based Components

For the first time, OEMs and their suppliers can have full visibility and manage vulnerabilities for all components within a single platform Detroit, Michigan, September 7, 2022 – Cybellum, a leading provider of the Product Security Platform for automotive manufacturers, announced today at the 6th Annual Auto-ISAC Summit, a first-of-its-kind solution for greater visibility and […]

What Are Today’s Top Automotive Cybersecurity Challenges?

It hasn’t been an easy year for cybersecurity pros in the automotive industry. Hackers are increasingly setting their sites on connected automotive products – David Colombo’s much-publicized ethical Tesla hack, a ransomware attack against Honda, and a suspected attack on a local Toyota supplier are only a few examples from the rapidly evolving threat landscape. […]

Preview the 2022 State of Auto Software Security with Cybellum

Free webinar will take a deep dive into automotive cybersecurity risks and trends Israel, Tel Aviv, August 2, 2022 – Cybellum, a leading provider of the Product Security Platform for vehicle, product, and device manufacturers, announced today the opening of registration for a free webinar that will preview the soon to be released State of […]

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