Ensuring cybersecurity in the automotive sector requires a deep understanding of both automotive technology and digital security. This is where the importance of expert and independent advice comes into play. Specialized cybersecurity experts like BRACE, can conduct a thorough risk assessment, identify vulnerabilities and suggest appropriate measures to neutralize potential threats. Our insights help design and implement effective security measures that protect vehicles and vehicle systems. The key is to include this input as early as the design phase and continue to monitor this consistently throughout the product life cycle.
Collaboration in cybersecurity
The complexity of modern vehicles and the constantly evolving nature of cyberattacks emphasize the need for collaboration between automakers, technology suppliers and cybersecurity experts. A joint effort is essential to erect barriers against threats and ensure the safety of road users. Engaging professional support is not just a reactive measure, but a proactive step to secure the future of mobility.
Why choose BRACE as your cybersecurity expert?
With a deep understanding of both automotive development and cybersecurity, BRACE is capable to provide a unique bridge between technological advances and protection against cyber threats. We strive to enable innovation in the automotive world by actively identifying and managing risks. Our experience in the automotive industry allows us to advise and support all parties across the supply chain (OEM, Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 3) to design products and/or systems more robustly.
Security engineering & red teaming
Security testing focuses on identifying vulnerabilities in software, applications and networks. This is done through penetration testing, vulnerability scans and code audits. The goal is to detect potential security vulnerabilities before they are exploited by malicious parties.
Red teaming goes beyond simply identifying vulnerabilities. It simulates actual attacks to evaluate an organization's response and security measures. This involves using more sophisticated tactics such as social engineering and phishing. This approach helps organizations improve not only their technical security, but also their responsiveness to realistic cyber threats.