C2A Security’s EVSec Platform: Driving Cybersecurity Compliance in the Automotive Industry

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The automotive industry is under pressure to comply with a variety of cybersecurity regulations and standards, including UN Regulation No. 155, ISO/SAE 21434, and Chinese GB Standards. The year 2024 marks a crucial period for these regulations, especially UN Regulation No. 155, which will be fully implemented.

C2A Security’s EVSec Risk Management and Automation Platform is increasingly adopted within the automotive sector to address the challenge of complying with cybersecurity regulations and standards efficiently. As of 2023, C2A Security has entered into commercial agreements with over 10 customers and partners, including a significant enterprise agreement with a European Commercial Vehicle Manufacturer.

C2A Security’s EVSec platform is designed to enhance product security in automotive software development and operations by automating traditional manual processes. It facilitates collaboration among teams, customers, and the supply chain and offers comprehensive digital twin capabilities. The platform’s continuous feedback mechanism for product operations and vulnerabilities significantly contributes to the agility of software development processes.

In 2023, C2A Security expanded its customer base to include multiple OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers through successful evaluations and partnerships with industry leaders such as Daimler Truck AG, BMW Group, Marelli, NTT Data, Siemens, and Valeo.

EVSec aids in aligning with regulatory standards and best practices by mapping and automating compliance efforts, crucial for companies pioneering new vehicle technologies and infrastructure. Roy Fridman, CEO of C2A Security, highlights the importance of automated product security platforms like EVSec in addressing the challenges posed by current and emerging regulatory demands. He references a case from late 2023 where a premium car manufacturer halted sales of a popular model in the European Union due to non-compliance, underscoring the competitive necessity for advanced security automation in product development and operations.

C2A Security positions itself as a leading provider of risk-driven DevSecOps platforms tailored for the automotive industry, offering solutions that transform cybersecurity from a limitation to a value multiplier. Founded in 2016 by NDS/Cisco veteran Michael Dick and headquartered in Jerusalem, Israel, C2A Security serves a global market, including Daimler Truck AG, BMW Group, Siemens, Valeo, and others, driving down software release times and costs while enhancing cybersecurity posture. For more information, visit C2A Security’s website www.c2a-sec.com.

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