VicOne—an Irving-based provider of automotive cybersecurity solutions—wants to make it safer to share data in “vehicle-to-everything environments.” To help do that, it’s expanding its partnership with Taiwan’s DFI, a global provider of embedded motherboards and industrial computers.
By making it safer for vehicles, traffic signals, and infrastructure to share data with the internet, the collaboration aims to “deliver enhanced industry-leading automotive cybersecurity software solutions and services” for the EV and connected transportation market.
VicOne was launched by Trend Micro last year
VicOne was launched by Trend Micro in June 2022 to support large-scale connected car deployments. Both cybersecurity companies have U.S. headquarters in Irving with parent companies in Japan.
Supporting the cybersecurity of a vehicle throughout its life cycle, VicOne says it leverages “over 30 years of cybersecurity experience from Trend Micro and the expertise of more than 10,000 independent researchers through the Zero Day Initiative.” VicOne’s solutions leverage machine learning, behavior monitoring, and detection and response to help secure connected cars.
Read the full story at Dallas Innovates.