Arilou Security Information Technologies, a provider of advanced cyber security solutions for the automotive industry, and STMicroelectronics, the world leader in semiconductors, are jointly working on the integration of Arilou Intrusion Prevention and Detection System (PDI) in the ST Series SPC58 choirs, 32-bit automotive microcontrollers (MCUs). The companies showed their efforts in a private suite at CES 2019 earlier this month.
The goal is to provide a fully integrated solution for the emerging demand for safety against intrusion through gateway applications and communication buses, providing security for enhanced fleet managers and consumers.
“This development allows us to customize our software solution for specific and automotive applications,” said CEO and founder of Arilou, Ziv Levi. “As pioneers in the field of cybersecurity in the automotive industry, working on this ST design have helped us put as one of the first true steps for a completely safe vehicle.”
Advanced security requires a layered approach to monitor hardware and software data for the detection of communication anomalies. The combination of the integrated safety engine in the Chorus series SPC58 automotive microcontrollers and the power of the Arilou software displaced to detect traffic anomalies provide advanced cyber security.
“Protecting the connected car is a multi-layered design and, as a leading provider of solutions for car processing, ST should remain at central efforts of system monitoring, intrusion detection, and protection,” head of Business Unit Strategy Automotive and Microcontrollers, STMicroelectronics Luca Rodeschini, said. “The product, technology and leadership of ST market forces us to work with security experts such as Airou to foresee and create effective solutions for cyber security challenges.”
STMicroelectronics has seen surge in it its stocks after the declaration of Q4 earnings and it is also anticipated that the company would soon gain back the revenue slump of the Q1.