Secure your connected fleets

Connected Transport by Irdeto allows you to keep your drivers, vehicles and systems safe from cyberattacks by securing your fleets’ telematics systems and other in-vehicle software from tampering. Read on to learn how the different layers of security in depth work together to secure your fleet telematics systems.

Securing software from the inside out

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When your business starts to depend heavily on your fleet telemetric systems, it becomes important to inherently protect the software that runs in your vehicle fleets, not just secure the perimeter.

Irdeto uses multiple layers of code transformation, whitebox cryptography, integrity validation and other anti-hacking technologies, in order to protect the actual software code, data and keys in your vehicles from hackers.

Irdeto protects its own code

Hackers know that the easiest way to bypass security is to take over control of the security itself. Connected Transport by Irdeto is unique in that it hardens its own code to prevent abuse of these high-privilege software components.

Easy and fast to implement

Irdeto offers ready-to-use solutions that interwork with existing application binaries. This means no modifications are required to your code before applying Irdeto’s anti-hacking technologies. Even better; you can update code while the solution is live, keeping your code and keys protected at all times. Integration and maintenance can be done in-house.

Connected in-cab computers and fleet telematics systems allow fleet operators to be more efficient than ever. This is resulting in better safety, reduced maintenance downtime, increased fuel efficiency, less manual reporting, and much more.

But the more we rely on this connectivity, the more vulnerable we become to cyberattacks. In turn, this puts lives and businesses in danger. Our vehicles and their telematics systems are packed with software that needs to be protected.

Irdeto takes cybersecurity for vehicle fleets to the next level. Designed for hostile environments where hackers are assumed to be able to gain root access to the software, it applies several layers of protection to the software itself, making it virtually impossible to hack.

Years experience in hostile environments
5 Billion
Devices protected
Patents (+ 285 pending)
Continents where Cloakware is deployed
Daniel Thunberg

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