When I started getting involved in Automotive Cybersecurity in 2017, I found that modern vehicles were being developed & operated without any consideration to Cybersecurity. This was even though each vehicle carried more than a 100 ECUs and millions of lines of code. There was no Cyber Governance standard such as ISO 21434 and even no awareness of the need for Cybersecurity.
We have come a long way from that day. Today, Cyber has become an integral part of Auto-tech and OEMs & Suppliers have taken great strides in ensuring Cybersecurity is an integral part of the supply-chain. From concept to development, operations to disposal, Threat & Risk Assessment is a major component of all activities and ensures that proper controls are in place to ensure security & safety of all users of the CAVs.
When we started this company, our aim was to be a leader in this new and challenging field of Cyber. We have built a great team around this Cyber domain who have depth of experience and expertise. We have been part of Industry activities to ensure that Cyber is at the forefront of all executives while making decisions about the Vehicle of the Future. Today’s I can safely say that Vehiqilla has indeed achieved its aim in being a global leader in Automotive Cybersecurity.
Please join us as we continue this amazing journey.
Chief Executive Officer