Karamba provides expert-crafted host-based cybersecurity throughout the entire product lifecycle for a vast array of connected devices – from automotive ECUs to Industry 4.0 controllers, enterprise edge devices, and IoT endpoints.
Backed by security research and embedded security consultants, Karamba security solutions are integrated with the connected device software during the build process, uniquely creating self-protecting embedded devices that can automatically detect and prevent malicious attacks with negligible performance impact.
Leveraging this capability, Karamba offers continuous security services from monitoring to threat intelligence, updating software and enhancing organization's understanding of the threat landscape. In addition, we also offer TARA analysis in keeping with the industry’s leading security standards, security validation tools and services, and security culture training for R&D teams.
When developing a connected device, you need an embedded security powerhouse to assist you with the latest technologies, standards, and professional services to embed security into the device lifecycle.
Karamba Carwall adds another layer of security to BlackBerry QNX’s already highly secure software offering. The combination provides customers with stronger cybersecurity for invehicle systems.
Grant Courville, Vice President of Product Management and Strategy, BlackBerry QNX.
Karamba’s focus on protecting the runtime and software integrity in critical applications makes them a natural Wind River partner to expand our safe and secure product offering for customers across the markets we serve.
Michel Genard, Vice President of Product at Wind River
Understanding the different attack vectors used against ECUs has always been a challenge for vehicle OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers. These stakeholders rightfully place a premium on learning how hackers might infiltrate a vehicle’s system before the vehicle goes to production.
Patrick Daly, Analyst at 451 Research
We are pleased to team with Karamba, who has a strong fit with our Authenta security ecosystem, and who shares our vision of simplifying adoption of enhanced security solutions by our customers.
Giorgio Scuro, vice president of the Automotive Division at Micron
Karamba's patent-pending software… As it applies prevention based on customer's factory settings, it doesn't rely on malware signatures, therefore, prevents attacks without signature updates.
Richard Wallace, Director of Transportation systems Analysis at the Center for Automotive Research
We are impressed with Karamba Security’s unique approach, which can be used to provide early warnings of attack attempts and prevent malware from infiltrating the safety controllers of both new and existing cars.
Scott J. McCormick, President of the Connected Vehicle Trade Association
7 - 10 January, 2020, Las Vegas, Nevada
Karamba Security will attend CES 2020, the world’s leading conference for consumer technologies.
Come visit our booth at CES (“the Global Stage for Innovation”) to meet the Karamba team and learn
more about our cybersecurity solutions:
Embedded World 2020
25 - 27 February, 2020, Exhibition Center, Nuremberg, Germany
Karamba Security will attend Embedded World 2020, the world’s leading international fair for embedded systems.
Come meet the Karamba team at Embedded World 2020 and learn more about our cybersecurity
RSA Conference 2020
24 - 28 February, 2020, Moscone Center, San Francisco
RSA is one of the world’s top cybersecurity conferences.
Karamba Security will be on the scene to highlight our cybersecurity solutions: