Las Vegas / Munich, 4 January, 2024 VicOne, an automotive cybersecurity solutions leader, will be demonstrating its smart cockpit cybersecurity solutions at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show (CES), one of the most powerful tech events in the world (9.-12. January 2024). Together with partners like P3 digital services, a leading provider of In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) systems, VicOne offers a safe and secure IVI environment for Android Automotive OS, with content protection for driver and all the vehicle’s passengers. The automotive cybersecurity solution continually assesses privacy risks and protects email addresses, bank account numbers, credit card details, social security numbers, and beyond. The partners address the shifting behaviour of users of connected cars and electric vehicles, and their influence on cybersecurity, as automotive manufacturers (OEMs) prepare for increasing cyber-attacks through keyless entry, charging stations, and in-vehicle infotainment (IVI). The combined solution will be demonstrated at the P3 stand, using a physical car.

In detail, VicOne will showcase at CES its fully integrated Smart Cockpit Protection Software Development Kit (SDK), its NXP/Qualcomm solution briefs (Goldbox/Orangebox, Qualcomm 8155 IDPS integration) as well as its Vehicle Security Operation Center (VSOC) and Vulnerability Management System (VMS) solutions. The VicOne experts welcome interested parties scouting new technologies and solutions at P3’s stand in the Las Vegas Convention Center, West Hall Level 1 (Booth 6474).



With cars becoming supercomputers on wheels, this leaves certain security gaps that attackers can use to victimize car makers, their suppliers, and car owners with far reaching consequences for vehicle operation and vehicle security. VicOne’s Smart cockpit solution provides a full range of cybersecurity protection functions for infotainment enabled by P3’s SPARQ OS platform, based on Android Automotive OS. It prevents personally identifiable information (PII) and privacy breach through risky apps or browsers, thus safeguarding vehicle users. In parallel it blocks the installation of backdoors, thereby averting remote manipulation of information on the IVI system. Furthermore, it informs the driver about resource-intensive apps to enhance smart cockpit driving experience and safety. As soon as a data breach or insecure solutions are detected, customers are promptly notified, enabling them to take action and protect themselves before it’s too late. The SPARQ cockpit platform includes a diverse appstore, smart navigation, digital and personal voice assistant, charging, media and entertainment. It features fully automated over-the-air software and firmware updates, ensuring always-up-to-date functionality and promoting sustainability. The combined solution of SPARQ OS and VicOne enables users to stay alert and benefit from 24/7 PII and privacy breach surveillance.


For future mobility, car makers need to focus on enhancing the user experience, honouring the requirement for complete personalization, enabling ecommerce, social activities and entertainment through state-of-the-art screens and communications. This includes evolving the in-vehicle interface to make the car an extension of a user’s mobile phone, while ensuring their customers’ data and privacy are protected. And this is not a losing proposition, Cybersecurity is a necessary cost for OEMs, but it can also be monetized. But providers should first protect customers’ data privacy through smart cockpit protection solutions, so as to win customers’ trust.

Max Cheng
CEO of VicOne


The use of smartphones to control cars significantly expands the attack surface of a vehicle from telematic systems, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, UWB, OBD II, and GPS, to include mobile phones. VicOne’s future-ready holistic automotive cybersecurity solutions address the expanding attack surface created by this new user behavior. By investing in the mitigation of these risks, OEMs can create future revenue streams by providing concerned car users with the level of cybersecurity they need and require.


About VicOne

With a vision to secure the vehicles of tomorrow, VicOne delivers a broad portfolio of cybersecurity software and services for the automotive industry. Purpose-built to address the rigorous needs of automotive manufacturers, VicOne solutions are designed to secure and scale with the specialized demands of the modern vehicle. As a Trend Micro subsidiary, VicOne is powered by a solid foundation in cybersecurity drawn from Trend Micro’s 30+ years in the industry, delivering unparalleled automotive protection and deep security insights that enable our customers to build secure as well as smart vehicles.


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