Argus Cyber Security and Marvell announced today that the Argus IDPS Ethernet solution will be integrated into Marvell’s highly secure 88Q5050 automotive Ethernet switch. The integration of the Argus solution will provide Marvell’s 8-port Ethernet gigabit capacity switch with an enhanced level of security. The solution empowers OEMs to deploy advanced Ethernet capabilities with the ability to prevent and respond to cyber-attacks in the vehicle. In addition, the solution works with Argus Lifespan Protection to provide OEMs and fleet managers with situational awareness, the ability to detect emerging attacks with cross-fleet big-data analysis, and the power to prevent attacks before they create damage with over-the-air (OTA) security updates.
Marvell’s Automotive networking products are enabling multiple domains of the car, including infotainment, the advanced driver assistance system (ADAS), body electronics and control, to be connected with a high bandwidth, standards-based data backbone. However, the introduction of Ethernet technologies into vehicle networks, fueled by the growing demand for high bandwidth by advanced applications, is increasing cybersecurity challenges and risks to the automotive industry. Argus offers a solution to this problem through their Ethernet IDPS solution. The integration of Argus’ Ethernet IPDS into the Marvell 88Q5050 switch allows for continued innovation with enhanced cybersecurity.
Argus Ethernet IDPS is a cybersecurity protection layer for automotive Ethernet networks. This enhanced cybersecurity protection layer monitors networks for malicious activity, detects attacks and prevents them from affecting the vehicle. The solution reports detected intrusions, even when blocked, to Argus Lifespan Protection, to provide actionable insights into the cyber health of the fleet.
Argus and Marvell will be demoing the solution during CES at the Marvell Suite in the Venetian Hotel, San Polo 3402-3404.