Karamba Security signs agreements for securing 1 million connected devices
Karamba Security, a world-leading provider of embedded cybersecurity for connected devices, announced an industry milestone – signed agreements for securing 1 million connected devices. Karamba’s product suite, on display during this week’s CES 2020, seamlessly protects connected devices against cyber hacks and provides embedded security for the device lifecycle.
“We are excited to reach a significant market traction milestone of 1M protected devices,” said Ami Dotan, Karamba Security CEO and Co-founder. “We are honored to be trusted by our marquee customers, to integrate XGuard protection software into their devices,” he added.
“Karamba’s experience with demanding automotive customers has matured and scaled our software to seamlessly integrate into a variety of connected devices. Vendors’ R&D is focused on innovation, exposing their devices to cyber-risks, Karamba’s seamless approach to embedding security allows vendors to deliver secured devices without impacting software development and operations processes.”
As shown in a recent survey conducted among more than 1,000 end users, 87% of consumers expect manufacturers to protect their devices against cyberattacks. Customer demand is supported by mounting regulations in 2019 from various industries and standard bodies like automotive ISO 21434, NIST IoT, ENISTA, California IoT Security Law and others.
Manufacturers are required to embed cybersecurity as part of their software development lifecycle (SDLC), to ensure that IoT devices and automotive ECUs are secured against cyberattacks.
At CES 2020 Karamba Security will showcase its flagship software integrity solution XGuard/Carwall as well as new products and services that enable vendors to seamlessly protect the lifecycle of their connected devices with no development and operations process modification.
The suite covers the entire device lifecycle, from design to operations. Visitors will see demos of seamlessly embedded security and how it can prevent and detect cyberattacks on vehicles and other connected devices.