C2A's Blog Posts
C2A's Blog Posts
Driving toward Compliance: Auto Industry Scaling up to Meet New Regulations for In-Vehicle Cybersecurity
October 4, 2021
The introduction of the WP.29 regulations and the ISO/SAE 21434 standard illuminates the fact that cybersecurity lifecycle management is a dynamic process that requires constant attention. In this new regulatory environment, it would be a mistake for auto industry players to linger on the sidelines. Michael Dick, our CEO, explains why scalability is vital in this new regulatory environment, its challenges, and how current tools can ensure scalability with maximum efficiency.
From Cacophony to Symphony — time to be on the same note
October 4, 2021
An orchestra without a conductor can only get so far — same goes for automotive cybersecurity. Orchestrating cybersecurity management is the next step toward comprehensive cyber-protection for the entire vehicle lifecycle. Read C2A's David Mor Ofek new blog post explaining how the entire automotive industry can play on the same note.
Automotive cybersecurity risk assessment — How can we do better?
May 10, 2021
Risk assessments are an example of a core activity we should always strive to improve and perform faster and more effectively. How long does the typical risk assessment process take? What are the impediments for a timely process? Should OEM's be the sole manager of the process? and above all: how can we do better? Read all about it in our new blogpost.
Effective Automotive Cybersecurity: It Takes a Village
March 24, 2021
There is one common pain point that the entire automotive ecosystem faces: a lack of harmonization. Nathaniel Meron, our Chief Product and Marketing Officer explains how harmonizing the activities of the multitude of stakeholders is a key success factor for effective automotive cybersecurity. Click to read the full blogpost.
Why the Automotive Industry Needs AutoSec
October 29, 2020
In our many encounters with stakeholders from the industry we've learned that the industry is lacking harmonized communication, visibility and transparency into the vehicle lifecycle. In this blog post, our Chief Product and Marketing Officer Nathaniel Meron explains how C2A's AutoSec came to be, and is directly solving these problems.
Practical Automotive Cybersecurity as a Key for Tackling OEM Challenges
October 12, 2020
The automotive industry is in a time of upheaval: an intricate supply chain, the implementation of new regulations and complex connected vehicle architecture mean cybersecurity is more difficult to implement than ever before. Our Chief Product and Marketing Officer Nathaniel Meron explains how practicality will help OEMs tackle these challenges with ease — ushering in a new era of automotive cybersecurity.
“Security by design” is wishful thinking
October 7, 2020
“Security by Design” may work in other industries but is wishful thinking for the automotive space. Our Chief Product and Marketing Officer Nathaniel Meron explains why this concept can’t adequately account for the cybersecurity needs of CASE vehicles and what action we can take now to best support automotive security.
*This article first appeared in Automotive News, 7/9/2020
Cybersecurity essentials: opening communication across the supply chain
July 7, 2020
OEMs face huge challenges when coordinating cybersecurity efforts across the entire supply chain. How can OEMs and Tier 1s effectively implement open communication across all tiers of suppliers? Nathaniel Meron, our Chief Product and Marketing Officer, outlines the essentials for successful cybersecurity communication in his new blog post
Enabling cyber-secured vehicles
December 30, 2019
The automotive ecosystem is uniquely complex, with surging technological expectations, rigorous safety requirements and practically no compute resources to spare. Nathaniel Meron, C2A's Chief Product & Marketing Officer, portrays how C2A, as an automotive company that enables cyber-secured vehicles, undertakes this challenge head-on.
Automotive cybersecurity risk assessment
December 9, 2019
With the new ISO/SAE 21434 standard on the horizon, OEM's should take a deep look into their risk assessment process, and plan their strategy towards it. Our Chief Product and Marketing Officer, Nathaniel Meron draws a coherent paradigm in order to tackle this subject, in our latest blog-post.
Shall academia dwell with industry?
June 20, 2019
After launching C2A's Academic task force led by Professor Avishai Wool, C2A Security CEO and founder, Michael Dick shares his insights regarding the potential for startups in combining theoretical knowledge from the academy with cutting edge technologies.
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