The Self-Defending Vehicle

Autonomous Automotive Security
Delivers Iron-Clad Protection
Autonomous Security Protection

Self-Defending Cars
Deliver Always-on Security

Karamba Security seals the vehicle computing environment to block cyberattacks—without causing performance drag.
By building deterministic security into the fabric of ECU software, we’ve created the self-defending vehicle. Karamba's Automotive Control Flow Integrity (CFI) doesn’t rely on updates and the protection is always on and remains stable over the life of the car or truck. It’s safe and secure by design.

Karamba Carwall, SafeCAN and ThreatHive deliver end-to-end protection—from the external connection points where hackers seek entry to the in-vehicle networks where they take control. This comprehensive solution integrates security into the ECU image build—without developer involvement.

The end result: Karamba Security automatically hardens the vehicle to stop threats, without impacting automotive performance. You’ll maximize security and ensure passenger safety.

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Why Karamba Security is expanding

Karamba CEO and Founder Ami Dotan explains the decision to expand into the wider world of contained systems – from Industry 4.0 to consumer IoT, connected automobiles, and beyond.

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The Automotive Pulse

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You need talent in life, but luck will not hurt either (in Hebrew)

Neil Schloss former vice president and CFO of Ford Mobility and current board member of Karamba Security talks to Israeli national newspaper about the challenges of the automotive industry.

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Spotlight on Hackers: How Karamba ThreatHive Works

Imagine a home security system that lets burglars in through the front door - and records their every move. Now you have an idea of what Karamba is doing with ThreatHive.

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Autonomous and Connected Vehicles Face 300,000 Attacks Per Month, According to Karamba Security

While self-driving cars take center stage at CES 2019, Karamba’s ThreatHive cyber honey pots provides visibility about the scale of real hackers trying to attack connected automotive ECUs

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What ‘Knight Rider’ Got Wrong About Automotive Cybersecurity

In 1983, ‘Knight Rider’ aired an episode in which a hacker managed to remote hijack an autonomous car. They got almost everything wrong.

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For third straight year, Karamba Security wins big at TU-Automotive Detroit

After winning “Best Cybersecurity Product for the Automotive Industry” two years in a row, Karamba Security on Thursday was awarded TU-Automotive’s Industry Choice 2019 award, at the close of this year’s conference in Detroit.

Ami Dotan

New Board Officers of the Connected Vehicle Trade Association (CVTA)

March 7, 2019 – Connected Vehicle Trade Association (CVTA), The Connected Vehicle Trade Association is a non-profit business league established to facilitate the interaction, and advance the interests, of the entities involved in the vehicle communication environment. New Board Officers announced, among them CEO and Co-founder of Karamba Security, Ami Dotan.

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Awards & Recognitions

Gartner's Cool Vendor Award
Gartner's Cool Vendor Award
TU Automotive Award
Tech Car Awards

Partnerships

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Ficosa
Ficosa
Denso
ALPINE
ST
Wind River
ARM
Micron
QNX
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Upcoming Events

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escar Europe

19 - 20 November, 2019, ICS International Congresscenter, Stuttgart, Germany

Karamba Security will attend the 17th annual escar Europe, one of the world’s leading automotive cybersecurity conferences.

Come visit our booth to meet the Karamba team and learn more about our autonomous vehicle cybersecurity solutions:

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Smart Home Summit

19-20 November, 2019, The Hilton San Francisco Airport Bayfront

Karamba Security will attend the Smart Home Summit, which is focused on “interoperability, cybersecurity, and the future of the smart home.”

Come meet the Karamba team and learn more about our cybersecurity solutions for the smart homes of today - and the future:

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CES 2020

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:

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