Keysight and ETAS give automotive cybersecurity a green light

  • Electronics company Keysight Technologies is working with automotive group ETAS to develop a new cybersecurity solution for carmakers to ensure vehicles are protected while on the road.
  • ETAS’ smart car fuzzer tool, ESCRYPT CycurFUZZ, will be integrated into Keysight’s automotive cybersecurity test platform.
  • “Future-proof testing is vital to mitigating the risks of evolving automotive cyberattacks,” said Thomas Goetzl, Keysight’s vice president.

Electronics company Keysight Technologies and automotive group  ETAS are partnering to provide automakers and automotive suppliers with a comprehensive automotive cybersecurity solution to ensure vehicles are protected when they hit the road. 

The ESCRYPT CycurFUZZ smart automotive fuzzer tool

The increasing interconnectivity of automotive systems exposes connected vehicles to cybersecurity risks that must be mitigated to ensure the development of safe and reliable vehicles.

According to the arrangement, the ESCRYPT CycurFUZZ smart automotive fuzzer tool from ETAS will be integrated into Keysight’s Automotive Cybersecurity Test Platform.

By integrating ESCRYPT CycurFUZZ into Keysight’s platform, automakers can quickly and autonomously test vehicle software, identify potential issues and mitigate any cybersecurity threats.

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Keysight and ETAS partnership

Eric Cesa, ETAS’ vice president of sales in North America, said: “Our agreement with Keysight is an example of how collaboration enables automakers and their suppliers to constantly improve the software quality and cyber resilience of their products.”

Besides, as mentioned by Thomas Goetzl, Keysight’s vice president, “Future-proof testing is vital to mitigating the risks of evolving automotive cyberattacks.

“Working with ETAS to incorporate this fast fuzzing test into our automotive cybersecurity solution will help end-users meet industry standards while growing their threats database knowledge,” he added.

Jennifer-Yu

Jennifer Yu

Jennifer Yu is an intern reporter at BTW Media covering artificial intelligence and products. She graduated from The University of Hong Kong. Send tips to j.yu@btw.media.

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