Connected and autonomous vehicles must go hand-in-hand with autonomous cyber security to enable safe adoption.

Sam Abuelsamid — Navigant Research

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Block Hackers at the Gate

  • Prevent security bug exploits
  • Block in-memory attacks
  • Stop foreign code
  • Seamless integration
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Electronic Control Unit
(ECU) protects itself

The security policy is automatically embedded into the ECU code. Detection and prevention decisions are made locally on the ECU. No connectivity required.

Zero false

Patented deterministic algorithms ensure that only legitimate binaries and function calls, based on factory settings, are allowed to run on the car’s ECU. Everything else is blocked. Period.

performance impact

The embedded security policy performs real-time inspection of the operations running in the ECU, with minimal CPU and storage footprints that don't require any hardware change.

all ECUs

ARM and Intel processors, Linux, QNX, and AutoSAR operating systems and schedulers are supported. Any controller can be protected.

No anti-malware
updates required

Security policy is based on factory settings. No need to update the policy with new, anti-malware signatures.

No developer

Patented algorithm automatically generates the security policy, and is embedded automatically into the ECU software. Developers can focus on developing new features instead of spending resources, flushing out hidden security bugs.


Autonomous Security

Karamba autonomously hardens the car ECUs according to factory settings against foreign code and in-memory cyber attacks.

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