Infographic: 2022 Year in Review

Post-pandemic 2022 has been a busy and exciting year for AUTOCRYPT, filled with innovative new product launches and accomplishments. We wanted to thank all our investors, partners, clients, and visitors for all your support over the year. Have a wonderful holiday and see you in 2023!

See below for a summary of AUTOCRYPT’s accomplishments in 2022.

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Red Herring – AUTOCRYPT was selected as “2022 Red Herring Top 100 Global” by Red Herring magazine

2022 Cybersecurity Breakthrough Awards – AutoCrypt IVS won “Automotive Cybersecurity Solution of the Year”

2022 AutoTech Breakthrough Awards – AutoCrypt EQ was awarded “Ride Hailing Innovation of the Year”

Events – We had some meaningful conversations and discussions with our partners and clients at international events this year, including ITF Summit, AutoTech: Detroit, EVS35 Oslo, and ITS World Congress

WebTrust Accreditation – AUTOCRYPT was officially accredited by the WebTrust program as a root CA for the V2X-PKI ecosystem

Series B – AUTOCRYPT closed its Series B financing round with $25.5 million, bringing its total valuation to $120 million

EVIQ – In the summer, we launched EVIQ, an all-in-one EV information and charging platform that comprises a charger locator map, a charging station management system (CSMS) for CPOs, a smart-billing Level 1 EV charger for residential use, and a Plug&Charge security module for secure and seamless charging

AutoCrypt V2X-Air – Launched in Spring, AutoCrypt V2X-Air is a portable OBU for vulnerable road users, enabling pedestrians and micromobility users to easily join the V2X ecosystem

Security Analyzer and Security Fuzzer – We launched a set of vulnerability testing tools utilizable during any stage of the software development lifecycle, dedicated to software-defined vehicles

Integrated Management System for SCMS – IMS for SCMS allows OEMs to view all their entire SCMS certificates on one centralized GUI.

Plug&Charge – AutoCrypt PnC was integrated into Hyundai Motor’s E-pit charging service platform, an ultra-rapid EV charging network across South Korea.

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