AI Tech Keeps Connected Cars Secure

SafeRide Technologies’ vXRay debuts as a behavioral profiling and anomaly detection technology for connected vehicles’ Security Operation Centers (SOC). vXRay can be seamlessly integrated into connected vehicles’ SOC independently of vehicle architecture or ECU sourcing. It can help users uncover zero-day vulnerabilities, provide early detection of vehicle malfunctions, and flag misuse and abuse problems.

 

vXRay uses unsupervised machine learning paradigms in a fully autonomous process to establish the normal behavior of the vehicle without dependencies or previous knowledge of ECU properties and protocols. Once the behavioral baseline is established, the machine learning models can accurately detect, categorize and flag any abnormal behavior and report it to the connected vehicles’ SOC for further analysis.

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SafeRide’s vXRay technology was proven to effectively detect all cyberattacks and vehicle malfunctions in multiple vehicle models in testing and is being implemented by several major automotive vendors as part of their 2019 security strategies. For greater enlightenment, visit SafeRide Technologies.

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