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Automotive Cyber Security


Car Hacking

Connected vehicles now outpace the growth in both mobile phones and tablets. While connectivity can increase road safety and improve the transit experience, the more vehicles become connected, the more vulnerable they are to cyber attacks. No longer the realm of science fiction, recent events have shown that cyber threats transcend vehicle make and model to include all cars and commercial vehicles equipped with embedded or aftermarket connectivity. Argus works with private and commercial OEMs, Tier 1s, fleet managers, dealerships and aftermarket connectivity providers to defend against vehicle hacking.

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Safety Without Recalls

Given the potential for physical harm to motorists, passengers and property in case of a breach, Argus’ mission is to maintain road safety and to prevent costly vehicle recalls. Today, motorists, truckers and fleet operators expect advanced services without giving up their safety, security or competitiveness. Argus enables the benefits of connectivity by providing multi-layered, end-to-end solutions and services built on decades of cyber security and automotive expertise, tens of pending patents and tens of thousands of dedicated research hours. Committed to staying on the cutting edge, Argus empowers individuals and organizations to thrive in the age of connected vehicles.

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Who we are

Argus, the global leader in automotive cyber security, provides comprehensive and proven solution suites to protect connected cars and commercial vehicles against cyber-attacks. With decades of experience in both cyber security and the automotive industry, Argus offers innovative security methods and proven computer networking know-how with a deep understanding of automotive best practices. Customers include car manufacturers, their Tier 1 suppliers, fleet operators and aftermarket connectivity providers. Founded in 2013, Argus is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel, with offices in Michigan, Silicon Valley, Stuttgart and Tokyo.

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Our Philosophy

There is no silver bullet when it comes to keeping hackers out or 100% guarantee that you won’t be hacked. Keeping vehicles safe from cyber attacks requires a holistic approach in which you must always assume a state of compromise.


Make it as hard as possible for attackers to penetrate your vehicle so hackers will choose another target with multiple layers of security designed by world-class hackers.

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Know if a hack is underway with ongoing situational awareness of the fleet’s cyber health and detailed alerts of the attack story.

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Immunize the fleet, mitigate the damage within hours and keep vehicle’s up-to-date with  security and software updates over-the-air.

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Argus Trusted Advisory Services Portfolio

our award winning research team helps identify existing and potential risks, threats and vulnerabilities in vehicle network

elements and other key components, all the while preparing customers for emerging regulations. Learn more

Argus in the news


 January 25, 2018
Just as Alexa promises added hands-free convenience for drivers, researchers and engineers warn that it also opens new avenues for hacking, tracking and sonic attacks.
 December 12, 2017
It’s been a whirlwind of partnership and collaboration announcements in the months since the funding round, including tie-ups with Argus Cyber Security.
 December 5, 2017
As vehicles of all kinds transform into computers on wheels, cybersecurity is becoming more of an issue. And trucks are an especially attractive target, experts believe.
 November 3, 2017
Cybersecurity experts have criticized the automotive industry for failing to do more to secure internal communications of vehicles with network-connected features.
 November 3, 2017
Continental AG is buying Israeli startup Argus Cyber Security in a bid to expand its portfolio of secure software for companies that make and supply of cars, it said Friday.
 September 11, 2017
In technology, huge changes happen every month. Here are 20 innovators that you’ll want to keep your eye on.
 July 7, 2017
Ever been driving a car when both the brake and the gas pedal failed, and the dashboard go nuts? I just have, and it isn’t fun. What are we going to do when our cars are targets for hackers?
 June 15, 2017
A new Wall Street Journal ranking identifies today’s startups that may be leaders of tomorrow.
 April 6, 2017
When you shop for cat food online, Amazon knows who you are. Soon, when you get behind the wheel, your car may recognize you, too.
 July 7, 2017
Tucked into WikiLeaks’…is a stunning line: That the agency has looked into hacking cars, which WikiLeaks asserts could be used to carry out “nearly undetectable assassinations.”
 March 8, 2017
Excitement around connected vehicles conceals the risks they introduce into our transport networks. What can we do to remove these vulnerabilities and build cars that are secure by design?
 February 8, 2017
New research from the University of Michigan suggests another cause of wariness stemming from consumers’ concern over cybersecurity.
 January 26, 2017
A House bill was introduced Tuesday that could accelerate the federal government’s involvement in regulating automobile cybersecurity.
 November 23, 2016
Michael Nash speaks to Argus’ Yaron Galula about new technologies that can help improve cyber security in the automotive industry

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