Automotive

In-vehicle digital experiences are fast becoming a key differentiator for vehicle manufacturers. As our journeys become increasingly digitally dependant, automotive cybersecurity has to be an integral part of new experience design. Software is a core part of the industry’s future, but it also increases the risk of cyber threats against the vehicle. With more than 16M vehicles on the road protected by Trustonic, we are leading the industry to deliver a safer future.

These threats are no longer theoretical. While the automotive industry has been debating the level of security they need, we are already in this market, providing in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) security and telematic security.

Regulation is forcing the auto industry to focus its attention on cybersecurity. UN legislation (UNECE WP 29) will require security to be designed into all vehicles from 2022 onwards and this places automotive cybersecurity at the heart of the connected vehicle design.

Secure by design

Securing connected vehicles today

There are huge changes happening in the way connected vehicles are designed and developed. Connected vehicle solutions allow manufacturers to move into the services domain and build service revenue streams, but they need to be secure.

Secure solutions

Our secure automotive cybersecurity solutions ensure that advanced protection is made simple.

State of the art TEE
Key management
Digital rights management
Secure OTA updates
Biometrics
Trusted Applications

Our cross-platform approach ensures our automotive OEMs and tier-ones have freedom of choice, providing confidence that security investments can be reused.

775 million connected vehicles by 2023

Source: Juniper Research

Securing connected cars of the future

Autonomous and driver-assisted cars are a key part of the industry’s future. However, as the vehicle architecture evolves, the number of points of attack and potential vulnerabilities increases. This places a greater focus on protecting all systems within the vehicle.

Simply protecting the IVI and telematics control unit will no longer be enough to provide the robust level of security the cars of tomorrow will need.

Moving to a TEE-based approach when protecting sensors, gateways and Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS), will provide greater flexibility in the overall cybersecurity architecture. Using a TEE provides the option of removing both HSMs and cost, while increasing the range of supported security applications.

Secure by design

Using TEEs to secure vehicles provides greater design flexibility

Trusted user experiences

Smartphones are becoming an integral part of the automotive experience. Providing a secure method to interact with the vehicle from a smartphone can enhance the user experience and provide a platform to maintain on-going engagement with the drivers and passengers.

Potential applications

Leveraging Trustonic’s Application Security allows our customers to take advantage of a range of use cases.

Digital car key and sharing
Digital entertainment
Vehicle sharing
Package delivery
Personalisation
Remote charging

Accessing these applications offers enhanced access to sensitive data and, for example, extends the support of digital car keys to include key sharing.

Increasing range of secure applications to improve customer experience

Understanding your needs

We offer a wide range of professional services to help you fine tune implementations to your specific requirements and security roadmap needs.

Professional services

We know that every OEM has their unique focus and requirements. Our professional services are designed to meet these needs, enabling security to be a competitive advantage and a foundation for revenue growth.

Security consulting
Unique feature development
Trusted Application development
Extended support packages

Our broad range of services can be designed to meet your needs and bespoke requirements.

Leveraging security as a competitive advantage

Certifications

Standards and certifications are essential to driving security best practice. Trustonic is an active  contributor to multiple standards bodies and has a close relationship with leading certification labs.

See our full list of certifications

Technology

Technology