Together, ST and Karamba are leveraging the security architecture of the Telemaco3P with the addition of Carwall Electronic Control Unit (ECU) hardening software. This combined solution provides best-in-class cybersecurity features for both contents and run-time integrity verification by detecting attempts at modifications and preventing deviations from the ECU’s intended behavior. Karamba Security’s deterministic approach has shown to prevent vehicle cyberattacks with zero false positives.
“STMicroelectronics is a leading provider in the connected-car ecosystem,” said Ami Dotan, Karamba Security’s co-founder and CEO. “We are pleased to collaborate to protect automotive systems based on ST’s Telemaco3P microprocessor by automatically hardening them against cyberattacks to assure consumer safety.”
“Karamba Security’s differentiated cyber-prevention solutions have generated significant market traction in a very short time and are a strong fit to enhance the security and value of ST’s Telemaco3P architectures,” said Antonio Radaelli, Director Infotainment, Automotive Digital Division, STMicroelectronics. “Karamba’s Carwall adds another layer of security to the Telemaco3P benefits, which include its state-of-the-art power-efficient design, fast connectivity interfaces, domain isolation, and embedded Hardware Security Module. The combination provides customers with even stronger cybersecurity protection for in-vehicle systems.”
For more information, visit STMicroelectronics’ booth at Electronica Munich on November 13-16, 2018 in C3 Stand 101, where ST and Karamba will be available to discuss this joint security solution.