Cybellum, a product security platform in based in Tel Aviv, has debuted a comprehensive system-level cybersecurity for vehicles and products that unifies assessments of its firmware, components, and software bill of materials (SBOMs) at the Escar USA conference 2022 in Ypsilanti.
The conference runs through June 16 at the Roy E. Wilbanks Golf Clubhouse at the Eagle Crest Golf Club.
Cybersecurity has become a challenge for vehicles and device manufacturers due to supply chain vulnerabilities and coding errors by internal development teams, which creates potential threat actors. In addition, the creation of SBOMs and handling several uncovered vulnerabilities has become labor intensive and costly than just scanning and detecting threats.
“One of the key barriers that teams are faced with is the limited view they have into their devices, which results in their inability to comprehensively assess their overall security posture,” says Eran Rosenberg, vice president of product at Cybellum.
“Instead, they labor over multiple disconnected subcomponent assessments, trying to figure out how one component relates to the other, what is the impact of a certain vulnerability on the whole device security, and what could be the potential for damage.”
The resulting process is time consuming, expensive, and error prone, which is…