Podcast Jul 13, 2023
Root Causes 317: New Automotive CAN Bus Attacks Demand PKI
The CAN bus wires in a modern automobile can allow a thief to steal the vehicle. We explain how PKI can defeat this attack.
Podcast Nov 08, 2022
Root Causes 254: Toyota Symmetric Key Exposed on GitHub
In a recently exposed error, key material for a popular automobile manufacturer's PKI has been discovered on GitHub, exposing sensitive information.
Podcast Sep 07, 2022
Root Causes 240: Hyundai Production Private Key Found in How-to Manual
A researcher recently defeated a production automobile's PKI by searching for the private key on Google. We describe how this might have come about.
Whitepaper May 26, 2020
Sectigo Evolution of IoT Attacks study exposes the arms race between cybercriminals and cybersecurity between 2005 to 2020.
News Article Apr 24, 2020
Automated certificate provisioning is made possible by Sectigo IoT Identity manager, combined with Infineon’s OPTIGA TPM for private key storage.
Podcast Apr 23, 2020
Root Causes 85: Automotive Key Fobs and Cryptography
Attacks compromising our cars' key fobs could be highly damaging. Join us to learn about the cryptographic architecture of a modern automotive key fob.
News Article Apr 18, 2020
More and more cars are rolling off the lots using key fobs to handle a variety of operations, from simply unlocking the vehicle and remotely starting it to using a button push to have your smart vehicle automatically drive to where you are waiting. These car fobs can be wonderful, and very convenient—until it all goes bad.
News Article Apr 16, 2020
An appropriate hardware solution is a first step toward building a secure authentication solution for automotive key fobs. This solution must be paired with an authentication solution that is not easily defeated. Use of asymmetric encryption with certificate-based authentication provides a strong defense against hacking. Certificate-based authentication requires a PKI solution to issue and manage certificates.
Blog Post Mar 24, 2020
Automotive key fobs are an attractive target for hackers. Sectigo explains why & how car key fob security can improve with the right encryption & software.
News Article Mar 11, 2020
The idea that IoT-enabled vehicles could be targeted by hackers isn’t science fiction—it’s reality. As more and more vulnerabilities are revealed in today’s connected cars, the necessity for stronger protections has become even clearer.
Press Release Feb 10, 2020
To address the growing demand for more cybersecurity in automotive ECUs, Mentor (a Siemens business) has partnered with Sectigo to present a special webinar that will demonstrate the advantages of Mentor’s VSTAR technology with Sectigo’s Embedded Firewall for Automotive. The complimentary online event will take place at 9:00 AM EST on Tuesday, Feb. 18.