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Argus Cyber Security Unveils Groundbreaking Aftermarket Product to Prevent Cyber Vehicle Theft | #cybercrime | #infosec | #hacking | #aihp

Argus vDome is designed to protect millions of connected cars already on the road from CAN injection attacks – one of the biggest cybercrime challenges for the automotive industry.

TEL AVIV, Israel, Dec. 19, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Argus Cyber Security, a world leader in automotive cyber security, today unveiled its Argus vDome product, a first-of-its-kind aftermarket anti-theft solution focused on protecting vehicles from CAN injection attacks. Argus will be showcasing the new product at CES 2024, to be held in Las Vegas on January 9-12 (at Elektrobit Booth #4117).

Argus vDome is a patented AI-powered product for fleet operators, insurance companies and OEMs that protects vehicles and critical systems from CAN injection attacks, preventing keyless entry and CAN injection car theft

Car theft is shifting from low-tech to high-tech. CAN injection attacks, for example, exploit vulnerabilities in a vehicle’s CAN bus to allow thieves to steal vehicles in under 30 seconds without physical break-in. Using ready-made hacking devices, available for purchase on the darknet, thieves can disable the immobilizer, unlock doors, start the engine and drive away with the vehicle.

Not only are CAN injection attacks causing anguish for car owners, they’re also a major problem for OEMs, fleet operators and insurance companies. Recurring CAN injection attacks against a particular model can result in reputation damage to the respective OEM and affect sales. Naturally, increased theft also has a substantial financial impact on insurance companies, which in turn raise their premiums for consumers and fleet operators.

Argus vDome is a patented, AI-powered lifetime protection solution that proactively detects and neutralizes malicious devices in under 200 microseconds. It identifies all ECUs on the CAN bus and creates a unique electrical signature for each ECU signal, which represents a distinct ‘fingerprint’ that cannot be faked. When a hacker connects an unauthorized device to send commands to the CAN bus, Argus vDome instantly identifies the rogue device and blocks the attempt to steal the car in real time. Optional integration with a Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) system offers an additional layer of security.

Unlike most automotive cyber security technologies that are designed to be integrated in future vehicle models, Argus vDome is available as an aftermarket device for vehicle fleets, insurance companies and car owners. In addition, OEMs that want to offer CAN injection protection out-of-the-box to consumers, can integrate vDome at the factory in new vehicles.

Argus vDome is a game-changer for the entire automotive supply chain, offering an innovative solution against cyber vehicle theft,” said Ronen Smoly, Argus CEO. “Designed for aftermarket installation in any vehicle from any OEM, Argus vDome addresses one of the biggest cyber-related business challenges our industry is currently facing.”

About Argus Cyber Security

Argus, a global leader in automotive cyber security, provides in-vehicle and cloud-based cyber security technologies for automakers and suppliers, to ensure that vehicle components, networks and fleets are secured and compliant throughout their life cycle. Argus’ innovative methods and solutions are based on decades of cyber security and automotive research and have culminated in over 100 granted and pending patents. Founded in 2014, Argus is headquartered in Israel, with offices in USA, Germany, France, Japan, and Korea.

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