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.