Nebula offers different Connectivity & Cyber Security Services for Our Customers.

Vehicle Connectivity

Vehicles to communicate with other vehicles, infrastructure, and the internet

Cyber Security Solutions

To protect computer systems, networks, and data from unauthorized access, theft, damage, or disruption.

Beside providing the actual features we also have highly skilled engineers specialized in sensor technologies and Sensor Fusion.​
How Nebula Automotive can support in creating and maintaining excellent Cyber Security?​As the automotive industry continues to evolve by digital transformation driven solutions
  • Establish Cybersecurity policy​
  • Support implementation of Cyber Security mechanisms and infrastructure, both on-board and off-board the vehicle.
  • Define and manage interaction between Cyber Security processes and related processes. ​
  • Perform Cyber Security reviews and TARAs on a full platform or separate systems
  • Manage and mitigate Cyber Security Risk
  • Help create and maintain Cyber Security Culture, including competence management and continuous improvement. ​
  • Perform Organization Cyber Security Audit​​s
Fortifying the Future: Safeguarding Automotive Cyber Security

Introduction: As vehicles become more connected and technologically advanced, the need to prioritize automotive cyber security has never been greater. The integration of software systems, network connectivity, and advanced features in modern vehicles introduces new vulnerabilities that can be exploited by cybercriminals. we delve into the realm of automotive cyber security, exploring the challenges, solutions, and best practices to ensure the safety and integrity of vehicles in an increasingly digital landscape.

  • Secure by Design: This is a principle that emphasizes the need to build security into systems from the ground up. In the automotive industry, this means designing hardware and software systems with security in mind from the start.
  • Defense in Depth: This approach is about creating multiple layers of security so that if one layer is breached, others are still in place to provide protection. This might include firewall protections, encryption, intrusion detection systems, and secure network architecture.
  • Least Privilege Principle: This principle involves granting only the minimal levels of access necessary to each user or system component. This helps to limit the potential damage in case of a breach.
  • Encryption: Encrypting data at rest and in transit is a fundamental cybersecurity mechanism. This ensures that even if data is intercepted, it cannot be understood without the decryption key.
  • Secure Communication: This involves using secure protocols for communication between different systems in a vehicle, and between the vehicle and external systems. This includes secure CAN (Controller Area Network) protocols for intra-vehicle communications and secure protocols like SSL/TLS for external communications.
  • Regular Software Updates and Patching: This mechanism involves regularly updating vehicle software to fix any discovered vulnerabilities. This can be done remotely via over-the-air updates.
  • Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems (IDPS): These systems are used to detect and prevent potential cyber attacks. They monitor network traffic for signs of malicious activity and take actions to prevent or stop the attack.
  • Secure Boot: Secure Boot ensures that a vehicle’s systems only boot up with software that is known to be safe. It prevents the execution of malicious or unauthorized software on the vehicle’s systems.
  • Network Segmentation: This is a design principle where different systems within the vehicle are separated or compartmentalized. If one system is compromised, the damage is limited and doesn't automatically spread to other systems.
  • Hardware Security Modules (HSMs): These are dedicated crypto processors designed for the protection of the vehicle's digital key. HSMs provide a secure environment for key generation, storage, and cryptographic operation which help to prevent tampering and bus probing in a hardware-based secure system.
  • Anomaly Detection: These systems monitor the normal function of a vehicle and alert when something unusual happens, potentially indicating a cybersecurity threat.
  • Penetration Testing: This is a proactive mechanism to find vulnerabilities before attackers do. It involves authorized attempts to exploit vulnerabilities in a system, followed by remediation of the identified vulnerabilities.