Telekom, Argus Cyber Security Partner to Drive Cyber Defense for Connected Cars

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T-Systems and Argus Cyber Security, an independent subsidiary of the technology company Continental, will work together on cyber defense for cars.

T-Systems is planning a Security Operations Center specializing in vehicles (Automotive SOC). The company announced this in mid-March. With Argus the company is now bringing an important partner on board.

The Israeli automotive cyber security specialist has a highly developed Information and Event Management System (SIEM) for cars as well as in-vehicle solutions. Car manufacturers (OEMs) and fleet operators use it to identify anomalies for connected vehicles. Attacks from the Internet are increasing rapidly. 

Adel Al-Saleh, CEO, T-Systems
We are currently seeing a new peak of 32 million daily attacks on our systems. Attackers don't stop in front of our cars either. The connected vehicle needs a digital bodyguard and real-time cyber defense.

Yoni Heibronn, CMO of Argus Cyber Security
Together with T-Systems, we will offer customers an advanced and robust Automotive Security Operation Center. To do this we link, fuse and analyze multiple data sources. This enables automakers to respond immediately to threats.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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