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Argus partners with Microsoft to provide Microsoft Azure IoT end-to-end Cyber Security Cloud solution for car manufacturers.

Argus | March 30, 2021

Argus partners with Microsoft to provide Microsoft Azure IoT end-to-end Cyber Security Cloud solution for car manufacturers.
Argus Cyber Security, a global pioneer in the field of cyber automotive security, cooperated with Microsoft Azure IoT to help car manufacturers to track, identify, and mitigate cloud attacks.

Argus Fleet Protection, an Automotive Security Operation Center (ASOC) solution, in-vehicle insights from Argus Connected ECU Protection, and update capability with Argus Software Updates Over-the-Air comprise the Argus cybersecurity package for automotive applications, which is combined with Azure IoT. (OTA). The complete end-to-end cloud solution is one of the first to provide car manufactures with on-board and off-board tracking for the cyber wellbeing of their fleet.

This automotive collaboration allows car manufacturers better access to security-related in-vehicle information as well as extensive coverage of security incidents. Argus Connected ECU Protection detects operating system irregularities and unusual behavior in the vehicle using customer-defined hazard models and is implemented on connected ECUs such as telematics, infotainment centers, and ADAS systems. Threat models may be built on UNECE R 155 (WP.29), the MITRE Attack structure, or some other model that is selected. Vehicle warnings are sent to Argus Fleet Protection, where they are paired with information from other sources in dedicated automotive hazard hunting and investigation modules. Vehicle manufacturers will create a more reliable, all-encompassing cyber intelligence picture by combining end-to-end automotive cyber protection with Microsoft Azure IoT.

Furthermore, using Argus Delta OTA update technologies, car manufactures will immediately incorporate security upgrades to minimize vulnerability to cyber threats while reducing vehicle downtimes and deployment costs.

"We are thrilled to be joining the world's leading businesses on Microsoft Azure. It represents a significant step forward for vehicle manufacturers looking to minimize their exposure to cyber risk while still adhering to applicable requirements and regulations such as UNR 155 (WP.29) "said Miki Hakak, Argus Cyber Security's VP Marketing, and Business Development. "By collaborating with a global leader like Microsoft, we're making it easier for vehicle manufacturers to cost-effectively incorporate cyber protection into their vehicles without disrupting manufacturing cycles or project risk."

"Cybersecurity is a critical component in the transition to connected and autonomous vehicles," said Avijit Sinha, Microsoft's general manager for Azure Mobility. "Argus offers robust and flexible tools to ensure security through a vehicle's diverse computing resources and networks, whether it's avoiding attacks on safety-critical functions or personal data theft. The partnership of Argus and Microsoft Azure IoT offers a roadmap for automakers aiming to achieve their target of stable connected and autonomous vehicles."

ABOUT ARGUS CYBER SECURITY
To secure connected cars and commercial vehicles from cyber-attacks, Argus, a world pioneer in automotive cyber protection, offers in-vehicle solutions, consulting services, and an automotive security operation center (ASOC). Customers include automakers, retailers, and fleet managers.

Argus products and services, which are currently in development, assist in the prevention, tracking, and reaction to cyber threats on in-vehicle components, networks, and post-production fleets. Via a suite of customized advisory services that help incorporate data security standards and procedures into the whole product lifecycle, Argus professional services assist its clients in complying with applicable guidelines and regulations, such as UNECE R 155 (WP. 29). Argus' groundbreaking approaches and solutions are based on decades of cybersecurity and automotive research, which has resulted in more than 70 awarded and pending patents.

Argus was founded in 2013 in Tel Aviv, Israel, and has offices in Michigan, Stuttgart, Tokyo, Shanghai, and Korea. Argus is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Elektrobit, a multinational supplier of automotive products and services.

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