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More and more companies are making an effort to reduce carbon footprint and become vegan friendly. We talked to their employees.
The center (located at Bar Lev High-Tech Park) will include a research lab for smart vehicles. Yuval Diskin: “There is a connection between protecting smart mobility, the mission of connecting the center of Isreal to the periphery, and incorporation of Jews and Arabs in one workplace. We believe in the contribution of cultural diversity to creativity and innovation of the company”
Our vehicles are smarter than ever, but so is the risk of attacking vehicles via the network. CYMOTIVE Technologies has protection solutions, some of which are now integrated into more than one and a half million cars worldwide. (Hebrew content)
The Corona crisis caught everyone unprepared, while many businesses had to close and send workers home, there were also those who continued to recruit and conduct training remotely. How does it feel starting to work at a new company in the middle of this crisis? (Hebrew content)
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.
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
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.
Volkswagen 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