Argus, the global leader in automotive cyber security, provides end-to-end cyber security solutions and services to protect connected commercial aircraft and all vehicle types from cyber-attacks. Argus’ comprehensive offering helps OEMs, TIer 1s, commercial airlines, IFEC providers and vehicle fleet owners prevent, understand and respond to cyber-attacks. In addition, Argus services help customers integrate cyber security practices and processes into the entire product lifecycle in accordance with existing guidelines and regulations, such as UNECE WP. 29 and DO-355/ED-204. Argus is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel, with offices in Michigan, Stuttgart, Tokyo, Shanghai and Korea. Argus is an independent subsidiary of Continental, a leading automotive supplier.
Built from the ground up for the automotive and aviation industry, Argus end-to-end offering is based on 70 granted and pending automotive cyber security patents. Argus products are modular and work stand alone in the vehicle to prevent, analyze, and respond to attacks targeting any vehicle component, or network: IFEC, CAN or Ethernet. Argus Fleet Protection solution helps automotive OEMs, commercial airlines and vehicle fleet managers prevent, detect, and respond to attacks against their operational fleets. Argus also offers a broad range of services to support compliance efforts and vehicle type approval, such as Threat analysis and Risk Assessment, Security Requirements, Penetration Testing, Cyber Security Training and more.
Automotive: End-to-end cyber security protection, including in-vehicle and Automotive SOC technologies and tools
Key names include: Continental, NXP, Singtel, Greenhills, Infineon, Ericsson, Dekra, Leading Automotive OEMs and Airlines