ArcherMind partners with Trustonic to secure connected vehicles

Cybersecurity technology provider Trustonic announces its partnership with ArcherMind, a automotive software services provider in Asia, to combine its expertise to secure connected vehicles.

ArcherMind has accumulated more than 10 years of experience in the field of intelligent vehicles, has rich vertical integration ability and technical reserves of industrial chain resources, and is committed to providing full stack intelligent vehicle software solutions.

Trustonic Kinibi is one of the mature and secure trusted execution environment (TEE) operating systems in the industry. Kinibi 510 can significantly improve the security of the Internet of vehicles and side channel protection, and meet the high standards required for vehicle safety, especially the new UNECE WP.29 standard. This also matches the layout of ArcherMind technology’s automobile safety technology upgrading business.

With Trustonic, ArcherMind will now be able to protect and secure connected systems, from In Vehicle Infotainment systems connectivity modules, network gateways to Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), its software and services portfolio will protect all digital rights management as well as personal user data.

Henry Zou, SVP of the R&D team at ArcherMind says, “Our partnership with Trustonic means that we are now able to offer global automotive OEMs and Tiers1s access to leading security software as part of our software and services portfolio. As the connected vehicle market continues to grow it is important that we can deliver the most comprehensive and secure portfolio to our customers. Trustonic allows us to combine leading cybersecurity capabilities with our intelligent technology.”

Andrew Till, GM automotive of Trustonic says, “We are delighted to be working with ArcherMind, as one of the market leaders in this space. Security can no longer be an after-thought, and with our partnership and secure by design principles, we are able to provide market leading security services, compliant with the new UN Regulations and other international standards for connected vehicles.”

In the future, ArcherMind will work with Trustonic to provide customers with innovative, safe and reliable technical services, boost the construction of the Internet of vehicles security industry ecosystem and promote the development of the Internet of vehicles information security industry.

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