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Cyber relocation

CYMOTIVE offers its employees to experience short term relocation (Hebrew content).  

July 2019

Hell2CAP 0day

A zero day vulnerability in a famous embedded Bluetooth stack found by CYMOTIVE, affecting about one hundred million device

March 2019

Car Companies Will Become Big Data Companies

Speaking at a Calcalist panel held during the Paris Motor Show, former director Yuval Diskin spoke about the current challenges facing the automotive industry

October 2018

VW Official
A question of the right perspective

Cybersecurity: Israeli specialists are supporting Volkswagen in the connected automobiles of the future

April 2018

Auto – Virus

It didn’t really work out with Susita, but increasing cyber threats a bringing the global automotive industry to look for solutions in Israel

April 2018

USA Today
Volkswagen, Israeli group form car cybersecurity firm

When cars can talk to the Internet, hackers can talk to cars. Which is why Volkswagen has become the latest in a string of companies entering the automotive cybersecurity realm.

August 2018

The Marker
The new cyber company of the former head of the Shin Bet security service

The company was founded by Yuval Diskin, Zafrir Katz, former head of the technology division of the Shin Bet, and Dr. Tamir Bechor. Will develop technological solutions to secure the next generation of smart cars

August 2018

Volkswagen forms joint venture with new Israeli automotive cyber security startup

How many startups can say that they were founded by the ex-head of the Shin Bet?

August 2018

VW Votex
VW Teams Up With ex-Isreali Spy Chief for Cyber Security

Volkswagen is teaming up with three leading Isreali cyber security experts to found CYMOTIVE Technologies. Led by Yuval Diskin, Tsafrir Kats, and Dr Tamir Bechor, the company will work to protect connected cars with mobile services from hackers.

August 2018

Volkswagen sets up cyber security firm with ex-Israeli spy chief

Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) is forming a company with the former head of Israel’s Shin Bet intelligence agency to develop cyber security systems for Internet-connected cars and self-driving vehicles, the partners said in a statement on Wednesday

August 2018