C2A's Blog Posts
C2A's Blog Posts
C2A Research Report: Visibility and traceability are critical to automotive cybersecurity at large. AutoSec can helpA report by C2A Security assessed the state of the automotive industry in its journey to ISO 21434 implementation, and the current approach to cybersecurity lifecycle management. As the industry shifts, huge gaps in security posture and protocol form — but so does huge opportunity.
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.
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
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.
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.
July 11, 2019
Nathaniel Meron, Our Chief Product and Marketing Officer Shares his thoughts on the right way to create a cyber-secured ecosystem.
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.