Connected TransportMeet new mobility demands and exceed the regulatory requirements with cybersecurity solutions for connected cars, commercial fleet, and rail & rolling stock
Building a connected and secure future for the transport industry
Who do we serve?
We help the transport industry to protect its revenue, create new offerings and fight cybercrime.
“As Irdeto understands the behaviours of non-ethical hackers, it does not rely on a perimeter security model; instead, it employs an in-depth security strategy for connected cars.”
Sriram Venkatraman - Senior Consultant Frost & Sullivan
“The safety of our drivers is the number one priority for XPENG. As we integrate additional connectivity into our next-generation fleet of vehicles, we recognize that security is critical to maintain consumer safety. Our long-term security partnership with Irdeto provides us with peace of mind that our drivers are protected and that they are able to use all applications as intended to enhance their driving experience.”
Neo Tan, Chief Security Architect, XPENG
“Apart from being at the forefront of whitebox cryptography, Irdeto's Cloakware for Connected Transport has a distinctive cybersecurity advantage of not disclosing keys or the data during computations, which is an essential element for automation security [especially during sensor fusion]. Cloakware's uniqueness will not only mitigate imminent threats but will also support the Senate's AV START Act, essentially creating a hack-free driverless future.”
Niranjan Manohar, Program Manager - Connectivity and Automotive IoT, Frost & Sullivan
“Keystone offers an intuitive and elegant app and IVI design with a proper threat analysis done from the start. The user-centered design of Keystone, combined with advanced software protection, provides OEMs and tier 1 suppliers with a cost-effective solution that is faster to implement than developing a proprietary system. This security approach puts vehicle owner safety first without impeding usability or flexibility of the solution.”
Chris Tingley, CTO, Conjure