Upstream secures smart mobility services, vehicles and drivers fromcyber-attacks and misuse
Real-time machine learning and AI-based protection from cyber-threats for connected vehicles
Detection of business policy violations such as identity theft and vehicle misuse
Complete automotive stack analytics providing actionable insights
Transform Big Data into Operational Intelligence
The inclusion of Upstream as a strategic partner increases the Auto-ISAC’s visibility and situational awareness of the threat landscape.
We were impressed by Upstream’s mature platform and exciting customer traction.
Upstream Security has a promising offering and capability to support with cyber security solutions to meet our future requirements.
Upstream has demonstrated how its optimized security technology can strengthen vehicle security.
Upstream's solution focuses on protecting our members in the evolving mobility ecosystem.
A cybersecurity platform like Upstream is a critical component to our connected fleet’s security requirements. Upstream’s cyber security solution has definitely exceeded our expectations.
Upstream is the proud winner for the 16th Annual Info Security PG's 2020 Global Excellence Awards® in Company of the Year
Upstream has been shortlisted for TU Automotive’s Best Cybersecurity Product of the Year
Upstream and our cybersecurity solutions are now fully SOC 2 and ISO 27001 compliant and certified
Upstream's C4 (Centralized Connected Car Cybersecurity) Platform has been announced as a gold winner for the Cybersecurity Excellence Awards 2019, in the Automotive Cybersecurity category.
Upstream has been chosen by Wired Magazine as one of the Top 100 European Startups for 2019.
Watch an introductory video into the first cloud-based automotive cybersecurity solution, designed specifically for protecting existing and new connected vehicles and smart mobility services from cyber-attacks
End-to-end protection from three main connected car cyber attack vectors: single vehicle, fleet-wide and automotive cloud
Cloud based SaaS solution requiring no in-vehicle agents. Customers can start using the platform immediately for vehicles on the road today
Upstream supercharges data already collected by connected cars today with powerful machine learning and cybersecurity algorithms. No new hardware or sensors required.
Sensitive vehicle data is encrypted and anonymized prior to uploading and stored at the highest levels of security
Powerful analytics enabling visual drill down from entire fleet to individual incidents, vehicles, and drivers
[Press Release | July 28, 2020] Upstream is expanding its collaboration with Microsoft through the Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform (MCVP) and has joined the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association.
[Blog] On June 25, 2020, after roughly two years of preparations and revisions, the United Nations formally adopted two new regulations on automotive cybersecurity.
[News | June 30, 2020] According to Upstream’s latest report, there was a 99% increase in cybersecurity incidents (150) in 2019 with a year-over-year 94% increase since 2016.
Allan Konar discusses cyber threats facing the connected fleet and trucking industry and how to secure against them.
This webinar is Part 2 of our webinar series focusing on the ISO/SAE 21434 and the WP.29 regulations.
[Press Release | June 9, 2020] Upstream partners with Salesforce Ventures to fuel the development of new end-to-end data services for the automotive ecosystem.
[Press Release | June 2, 2020] Upstream is the first certified cybersecurity partner working as part of the Amazon Web Services connected vehicle solution, leveraging unique automotive and cyber-domain expertise.
Part 1 of our webinar series focusing on the ISO/SAE 21434 and the WP.29 regulations.
[Press Release | April 23, 2020] The Automotive Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Auto-ISAC) gains a new strategic partner Upstream Security.