Tel Aviv start up Argus Cyber Security has raised $4 million in funding for technology that can help prevent a vehicle’s critical components from being hacked.
A vendor of an intrusion prevention system (IPS) that leverages deep packet inspection (DPI) algorithms to help prevent a vehicle’s critical components from being hacked, the company says this can be integrated into any vehicle production line and it generates reports and alerts for remote monitoring of a vehicle’s cyber health.
According to the company, the funding will be used to support the development of its automotive security solutions and market reach. The company also offers consulting services to help car makers detect threats and find vulnerabilities in the network elements of vehicles.
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