We’re excited to announce that we’ve won the Cybersecurity Technology Breakthrough of the Year Award at the Automotive Cybersecurity Detroit event, held March 21-23 in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
During the award ceremony, our flagship product, EVSec Platform, was hailed as a significant innovation and the first DevSecOps platform suitable for the automotive industry’s specific needs.
Addressing the specific needs of the automotive industry
The automotive industry is evolving rapidly, with more software, connectivity features, and rich in-vehicle experiences. The resulting need for robust cybersecurity measures is becoming increasingly acute. C2A Security is the first DevSecOps Platform provider to address the specific needs of car makers and mobility companies, helping automotive companies remain competitive and provide more business value in the software-defined vehicle era. The EVSec Platform supports the security lifecycle from development to operations and back, automating the process of complying with cybersecurity standards and regulations.
Streamlining the cybersecurity process
Using the EVSec Platform, our customers get an efficient and streamlined cybersecurity process. The platform manages software BOM (build of Materials) at scale while overcoming the shortage of professional cyber experts, reducing costs, and shortening the time to deployment. The shortage of skilled cybersecurity engineers, coupled with the need for an automated TARA tool for continuous risk management, is at the core of what the automotive industry is facing. EVSec Platform is perfectly aligned to empower OEMs and Tier 1 companies to remain competitive and build trust in the market.
Transforming security into a business value multiplier
C2A Security’s recognition as the Cybersecurity Technology Breakthrough of the Year by Automotive IQ only strengthens our mission of transforming security from a limitation to a business value multiplier.
“We are honored to be recognized by Automotive IQ, continuing to work with our customers and partners to help them keep up with regulations around cybersecurity in the automotive sphere,” said Roy Fridman
Congratulations to our fellow winners! We’re only getting started.