Autocrypt introduces AutoCrypt CSTP, a comprehensive cybersecurity testing platform

New Product Development
ATI News Team

The new platform enables automotive OEMs to conduct regulatory-compliant security testing and share integrated results for vehicle-type approval

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Automotive cybersecurity company Autocrypt said it has launched its comprehensive cybersecurity testing platform AutoCrypt CSTP, which enables integrated cybersecurity testing for vehicle-type approval, in compliance with UNECE's Regulations 155/156, and SAC's GB and GB/T standards.

As UN R155 and R156 take full effect on all vehicles beginning July, automotive original equipment manufacturers and vehicle inspection centers will be obligated to conduct cybersecurity testing and validations based on the required criteria. AutoCrypt CSTP provides a comprehensive platform that runs a variety of vulnerability testing techniques using test cases mapped out for UN R155/156 and GB (GB/T), according to a PRNewswire release dated Feb. 20.

With customizable hardware adaptable to PC and test bench environments, AutoCrypt CSTP offers test case licenses for three types of tests:

Penetration testing: Users can select penetration testing scenarios crafted by Autocrypt's offensive security testing team.

Engineering specification testing: Autocrypt offers test cases based on a vehicle's engineering specifications, enabling the accurate validation of vehicle functions.

Fuzz testing: Utilizing technology from Autocrypt's proprietary vehicle fuzzing tools, AutoCrypt CSTP provides compact test cases generated by AI-based algorithms.

From test case selection and configuration to real-time logging and report generation, the entire testing process can be managed on an intuitive graphical user interface, which can be securely linked to all inspection centers and authorities in different countries, consequently empowering faster and more precise decision-making.

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