itemis announces start-up corporate membership in the Connected Vehicle Trade Association (CVTA). With the partnership, itemis shows its innovation and thought leadership in the automotive and connected vehicle industry. itemis’s significant automotive industry experience in model-based tooling, embedded systems, and cybersecurity will allow it to effectively collaborate with the CVTA member community to advance the secure development of secure connected vehicle technologies.
“itemis is thrilled to be joining the Connected Vehicle Trade Association'', said itemis Inc. President Jonathan Mohring. “As cybersecurity is top-of-mind for companies in the connected vehicle space, it is more important than ever to effectively implement secure-by-design approaches as well as accelerate and automate cybersecurity compliance. By engaging with the member community, we are hoping to better understand the secure development challenges specific to the connected vehicle space and collaborate on ways to solve them.”
Scott McCormick, President of CVTA said, “The board is extremely pleased that a multinational company involved so deeply in the vehicle connectivity ecosystem is joining our organization. The expertise and capability itemis brings to the organization will provide a stronger lens on IoT software for the mobility environment.”
About itemis Inc.
itemis is a multi-award winning IoT software and IT consulting company from Germany. As a hidden champion, itemis provides the market-leading, model-based cyber security solution for performing automotive threat assessments and risk analyses (TARA) known as Security Analyst. itemis was founded 2003 in Luenen, Germany and has deep expertise in model-based tooling and embedded systems engineering. Major automotive OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers within the automotive industry rely on itemis for its exceptional software products and IT-related services. itemis has locations around the world including in the USA, in Chicago, IL.
About the Connected Vehicle Trade Association
Headquartered in East Lansing, Michigan, the CVTA is a non-profit business league established in 2004 to facilitate the interaction and advance the interests of the entities involved in the vehicle communication environment. The organization enables the collaboration of companies, organizations, and governmental bodies engaged in developing bidirectional vehicle communications. To learn more, visit www.connectedvehicle.org or contact Scott McCormick (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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