Meet us at Emerging Security Technology Speed Lunch at the Securing Mobility Summit, November 26-29, Los Angeles, CA.
GuardKnox will be attending The Event "Bavaria and Israel: From hops and oranges to high-tech", November 29, Munich, Germany
Come talk to us at LA Auto Show, November 30 - December 9, Los Angeles, CA.
Join GuardKnox at CES 2019, January 8-11, Las Vegas, NV.
Learn more about GuardKnox’s revolutionary approach in the Frost & Sullivan recap of the award banquet.
Israel ist ein wirtschaftlicher Kraftprotz im Nahen Osten. Vor allem die Start-up-Szene blüht. Südbadische Unternehmer haben israelische Gründer ge
GuardKnox's Methodology offers next-level in-vehicle cybersecurity.
Learn why our CEO, Moshe Shlisel, holds that automotive cybersecurity must be based on a different model than what the IT sector can provide.
"Fingerprint sensors offer state-of-the-art security as well as the convenience of touch."
GuardKnox makes it to Enterprise Tech Success’ list for ensuring a revolutionary approach in the automotive cybersecurity solutions domain.
"GuardKnox’s approach and hardware will offer superior levels of security in connected vehicles."
“With this approach, we can assume the vehicle history will be more accurate and verifiable”
GuardKnox's multi-layered security framework protects all messages that exist in the vehicle in real time, on a bit level.
Read the full press release from Frost & Sullivan.
We've discussed how to keep your keys safe at night, now learn what an ex-FBI agent advises in order to protect your car during the day.
VPNMentor interviewed our CEO, Moshe Shlisel, about some of the biggest chall
USA Today covers why GuardKnox's CEO keep his car keys in a metal tin when at home. Learn why:
Read Homeland Magazine's interview with GuardKnox CEO, Moshe Shlisel, on how connected vehicles could open up future smart cities to potential cyberse
GuardKnox's CEO is interviewed by Communications ACM in how GuardKnox secures connected construction equipment.
Cybersecurity should be seen as the essential foundation blocks for building increased layers of connectivity in cars.
Skip to 1:18 to see ABC Channel 7's interview with Moshe Shlisel over his recommendation to prevent key fab car break ins.
Moshe Shlisel, CEO of GuardKnox Cyber Technologies, wants to make your car as safe as a fighter jet.
GuardKnox is featured in Imaginatik and Mass Challenges 2016 research report: ‘State of Startup/Corporate.'
GuardKnox was listed as one of the companies to watch in automotive safety for addressing pain points that threaten life itself or lower quality of li
The Jerusalem Post covers GuardKnox's automotive cybersecurity solution and its impact on vehicle safety.
GuardKnox was one of the finalists in the prestigious Israeli Air Force (IAF) alumni Startup competition.
GuardKnox announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued a US Patent for GuardKnox's Lockdown Methodology.
GuardKnox's CEO was interviewed by the Detroit Free Press where he explained how cyber security experts protect their car data when at home.
Chinese periodical, Innonation, covered GuardKnox as one of its featured Science and Technology Information companies to watch out for.
Israeli tech web magazine, pc.co.il, features GuardKnox as a company founded by by ex-IAF commanders to be watched.
After years of technological warfare in the air force, GuardKnox's founders want to safeguard cars against cyber break-ins.
Confidentiality and security are either very important for GuardKnox or part of their overall marketing-strategy to build interest in their company.
STARTUP AUTOBAHN, The biggest innovation platform in Europe, adds GuardKnox to its list of automotive startups.
Next-generation mobility will give rise to new value chains and new monetization opportunities.
Automotive cybersecurity company to provide hardware and software solutions for Mercedes-Benz accessories.
Companies includes security, e-mobility, human-machine interface and supply chain logistics.
Automotive cybersecurity firm to welcome industry experts for in-depth discussion on securing the vehicles of the future.
“Technology has outpaced the regulations. Those regulations don’t translate very well to the new structure.”