Karamba Wins Product Innovation Award

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March 16, 2017—Frost & Sullivan has recognized Karamba Security with the 2017 North American Frost & Sullivan Award for New Product Innovation in the automotive industry.  

Karamba’s embedded software products protect OEM connected and autonomous vehicles from hackers by hardening electronic control units (ECUs) that are open to external access.

“Karamba’s patent-pending software integration into the customer’s development environment automatically hardens the customer’s ECU against cyber threats,” said Sriram Venkatraman, senior consultant at Frost & Sullivan. “As it applies prevention that is based on the customer’s factory settings, it does not have to rely on malware signatures and therefore can prevent attacks without requiring malware signature updates. It automatically learns the factory settings and creates a security policy that detects and prevents deviation from those settings. This approach delivers zero-day protection across the protected product’s lifecycle.”  

Karamba's solution provides automatic policy generation, prevents in-memory attacks, reports malicious activities, and classifies exploits by attack path, type of attack and specific ECU. In addition, the solution provides incident reporting and cloud or on-premise central management features. These product advantages ensure ease of use and transparency and facilitate integration with any product.

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