ASRG, Upstream partner to enhance automotive cyber threat intelligence

AdobeStock 403560197The Automotive Security Research Group (ASRG) has partnered with Upstream Security, a provider of cloud-based automotive cybersecurity and data analytics solutions

The ASRG works to promote the development of security solutions for automotive products and to create a community of shared resources and networking. Upstream’s AutoThreat Intelligence and C4 cybersecurity solutions, unlock the value of automotive data, ensuring that connected vehicles and mobility services are safe, secure, and operating optimally.

“Security is something that needs to be solved together, and there is often a reluctance for automotive stakeholders to share vulnerabilities or cyber issues related to their vehicles or components. ASRG’s goal is to remove that hesitation and to offer a safe and secure platform for intelligence sharing” explained John Heldreth, founder of ASRG

Upstream’s AutoThreat is a major component in that project and mission, and by providing data and intel, Upstream is essential in the development of this model of cooperation within the automotive industry.”

By integrating automotive cyber threat data collected and analysed by Upstream’s AutoThreat, the Automotive Security Intelligence Project (ASIP) will provide ASRG members with a solution for relevant, trusted, and consolidated automotive-related threat intelligence.

The platform will be used to inform ASRG automotive stakeholders about potential cyber threats to automotive products and provide the opportunity for public researchers, universities, and or individuals from the private and public sector to anonymously submit automotive cyber threats or vulnerabilities.

“With the rise of cyberattacks against the automotive industry and the increasing risk related to connected vehicles, automotive stakeholders need clarity and visibility into the cyber threat landscape,” said Shachar Azriel, Upstream autoThreat troduct manager. “Upstream is proud to work with the ASRG to enhance the automotive cyber threat knowledge of their members.”

The ASRG is a non-profit organisation focused on the advancement of the automotive security industry.

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