Bayanat and AUTOCRYPT Sign MOU to Advance Autonomous Driving and AI Smart Roads in the Region

Under the agreement, firms aim to develop a comprehensive V2X infrastructure plan

ABU DHABI, Apr. 26, 2024 — Bayanat, a leading provider of AI-powered geospatial solutions, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with AUTOCRYPT, an industry-leading vehicle-to-everything (V2X) and automotive cybersecurity technology firm, to combine its expertise in V2X infrastructure deployment with Bayanat’s AI Smart Roads, enabling and advancing Level 4+ autonomous driving.

The MoU was signed by Abdulla Al Shamsi, Chief Operating Officer of Bayanat, and Seokwoo Lee, AUTOCRYPT’s Chairman and Co-founder, at DRIFTx, an international exhibition supported by the Abu Dhabi Investment Office (ADIO) dedicated to advancing the future of smart and autonomous mobility across air, land, and sea. Under the agreement, Bayanat and AUTOCRYPT will explore a V2X infrastructure deployment strategy, joint R&D projects, and collaboration opportunities.

By combining their expertise to accelerate the development of core technologies for the future of transportation, the companies will develop a comprehensive V2X infrastructure plan.

Abdulla Al Shamsi, Bayanat COO, said: “Our partnership with AUTOCRYPT marks a pivotal moment in our journey towards revolutionizing AI autonomous driving and Smart Road technology. Bayanat is well aligned with the UAE’s strategy for sustainability and is developing technology to provide cutting-edge mobility solutions while allowing for streamlined travel that is not limited by human error. This partnership supports the UAE’s dedication to improving urban development by prioritizing smart mobility and infrastructure initiatives that make our cities more efficient, sustainable, and livable.”

Seokwoo Lee, commented: “We are thrilled to collaborate with Bayanat on developing secure and reliable V2X infrastructure for the UAE’s smart roads. Having played a major role in all of South Korea’s V2X infrastructure development projects throughout the past decade, we look forward to contributing our expertise to this rapidly expanding market.”

AUTOCRYPT Partners With Hitachi Solutions on V2X and In-Vehicle Systems Security Solutions

SEOUL, KOREA, December 7, 2023 — AUTOCRYPT, an industry-leading automotive cybersecurity and mobility solutions company, announced its partnership with Hitachi Solutions, Ltd., a global IT service provider and system integrator. The two companies have agreed to provide joint offerings and consulting services covering V2X and in-vehicle systems security to Japanese automotive OEMs and tier suppliers.

The two companies already have a history of collaboration; AUTOCRYPT has been offering its V2X security solution with the option of integrating its security library with Hitachi Solution’s V2X Middleware Platform. The formalization of the partnership signifies the continued success of past projects, and seeks to further expand the scope of collaboration beyond V2X to embedded vehicular systems.

As vehicles become increasingly software-defined, cybersecurity for in-vehicle systems has become an integral part of automotive production and regulatory compliance. AUTOCRYPT’s in-vehicle systems security solution helps OEMs exceed cybersecurity requirements with open-source license management, fuzzing, penetration testing, and threat mitigation, while Hitachi Solutions, Ltd. offers a range of compliance consulting that covers all facets of vehicle production. The partnership will provide an optimized range of solutions for both companies’ clients to meet production requirements.

“The Japanese automotive industry is one of the largest in the world and is currently undergoing a major transition to a more electrified and software-defined future,” said AUTOCRYPT’s CEO, Daniel ES Kim. “Through this partnership with Hitachi Solutions, we are excited to offer a more comprehensive V2X and in-vehicle systems security solution with an enhanced support network for our existing and potential clients in Japan.”

As a global leader in automotive cybersecurity, AUTOCRYPT’s goal is not confined to helping clients stay secure and compliant, but to also maximize efficiency by streamlining cybersecurity engineering into the production process. Its newly developed AutoCrypt Security Fuzzer for HIL enables fuzz testing in hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulations, greatly reducing vehicle development costs.

To learn more about AUTOCRYPT’s in-vehicle systems security solutions, contact


AUTOCRYPT is the leading player in automotive cybersecurity and smart mobility technologies. It specializes in the development and integration of security software and solutions for in-vehicle systems, V2X communications, Plug&Charge, and fleet management, paving the way towards a secure and reliable C-ITS ecosystem in the age of software-defined vehicles. AUTOCRYPT also provides management and service platforms for the operators and end users of MaaS, contributing to sustainable and universal mobility.

About Hitachi Solutions, Ltd.

Hitachi Solutions is a core IT company of the Hitachi Group. We deliver products and services of superior value to customers worldwide through key subsidiaries in Asia, the United States and Europe. We have also been providing a variety of solutions globally using cutting-edge digital technologies based on collaborative creation with customers. Together with our partners around the world, we are accelerating Sustainability Transformation (SX) to solve the challenges facing society and business, and contribute to the realisation of a happy society where no one is left behind.

AUTOCRYPT and V2ROADS Sign MOU to Cooperate on Full-Stack V2X Solution

SEOUL, KOREA, July 28, 2023 — AUTOCRYPT, an industry-leading automotive cybersecurity and V2X (vehicle-to-everything) solutions company, announced a new cooperation agreement with Hungary-based V2X solutions provider V2ROADS to deliver a full-stack secure V2X solution to Europe, North America, and South Asia.

The two companies offer complementary technologies for V2X communications. V2ROADS provides V2X software products for onboard units (OBU), roadside units (RSU), and server (cloud) infrastructure, delivering turnkey V2X software and hardware solutions. AUTOCRYPT specializes in the cybersecurity aspect of V2X, establishing PKI-based message security in compliance with the Security Credential Management System (SCMS). The transcontinental cooperation seeks to integrate AUTOCRYPT’s V2X security module and Local Certificate Manager (LCM) into V2ROADS’ OBUs and RSUs, allowing these devices to securely sign and verify messages by utilizing AUTOCRYPT’s cloud-based PKI services and SCMS backend.

With the combined solution, both companies will engage with automotive OEMs and C-ITS integrators in the European, North American, and Indian markets to accelerate V2X deployment. The two companies are also in talks to work with 4G/5G mobile network operators to bring forward value-added V2X services via multi-access edge computing through their infrastructure.

AUTOCRYPT CEO, Daniel ES Kim noted that “V2X and PKI must go hand in hand. Every V2X device needs to be equipped with the necessary security library and algorithms to enable SCMS enrolment and ongoing PKI services.” Regarding this cooperation, he commented, “We are excited to work with V2ROADS to bring forward a complete V2X deployment solution with pre-validated security features, simplifying V2X implementation for OEMs and C-ITS operators.”

V2ROADS CEO, Yaroslav Domaratsky, PhD commented, “We see the growing V2X project opportunities in Europe, North America, and South Asia in the areas of vehicle and vulnerable road user (VRU) safety, traffic efficiency, and more optimal electrical and autonomous vehicle operations. We are very excited to work with AUTOCRYPT to integrate its V2X security module and LCM into our OBUs and RSUs.”

AUTOCRYPT offers one of the most comprehensive V2X security solutions in the industry. Besides providing security software for V2X end entities, its Integrated Management System (IMS) for SCMS enables operators to monitor and manage all their SCMS certificates across all regions in real time.

To learn more about AUTOCRYPT’s V2X security solutions and the cooperation, contact


AUTOCRYPT is the leading player in automotive cybersecurity and connected mobility technologies. It specializes in the development and integration of security software and processes for in-vehicle systems, V2X communications, Plug&Charge, and fleet management, paving the way toward a secure and reliable C-ITS ecosystem. AUTOCRYPT is a pioneer in integrating trusted execution environments (TEE) into automotive systems, for which it received ASPICE CL2 certification. The company is also accredited by WebTrust as a root CA for V2X PKI.

AUTOCRYPT also provides management and service platforms for the operators and end users of e-mobility and MaaS. By building customized platforms tailored to individual needs, AUTOCRYPT contributes to sustainable and universal mobility.

AUTOCRYPT Signs MOU for ITF Corporate Partnership Board Membership at Second ITF CPB Week

PARIS, September 12, 2022 — AUTOCRYPT, a global leader in automotive cybersecurity and smart mobility solutions, announced its membership renewal for the International Transport Forum (ITF)’s Corporate Partnership Board (CPB) during the second ITF CPB Week held at the OECD Headquarters in Paris, France.

The CPB highlights companies who are committed to being a part of future transport policies through sharing their perspectives and expertise. Its members consist of more than 30 companies across the fields of automotive, transport, and mobility, among them are Bosch, Siemens, NXP, and Toyota. As a longstanding CPB member, AUTOCRYPT is actively involved in the making of cybersecurity-related policies.

CPB Week, an annual meeting hosted by the Secretary General of the ITF, gathers the CPB members to facilitate closer cooperation in policymaking for sustainable and inclusive transport.

After taking part in the inaugural ITF CPB Week in 2021, AUTOCRYPT’s Chairman Seokwoo Lee returned for this year’s discussions and shared the company’s latest developments and plans on making transport inclusive and sustainable through secured connections, while sharing ideas on potential policies. During the meeting, the ITF hosted an MOU ceremony for AUTOCRYPT to renew its CPB membership, extending the relationship for three more years.

AUTOCRYPT’s Chairman Seokwoo Lee (right) signs MOU with ITF Secretary General (left)

“Being a member of the CPB enables us to share our vision and contribute our expertise in Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS) to policymaking, enhancing government-industry cooperation for a smart, automated, and secure transport environment,” said Seokwoo Lee. “We look forward to continuing our cooperation with the ITF and CPB members in making transportation better for everyone and the planet.”

A pioneer in securing vehicle connections for the V2X environment, AUTOCRYPT is also attending the upcoming ITS World Congress in Los Angeles from September 18 to 22, where it will reveal its new IMS dashboard, an integrated V2X-PKI management system that enables users to manage all regional SCMS on a central dashboard.

To find out more about AUTOCRYPT’s secure mobility solutions, contact

AUTOCRYPT Joins MobilityXlab, Mobility Technology Collaboration Hub to Accelerate Innovative Global Expansion

MUNICH, GERMANY, June 28, 2022 — Leading mobility and V2X security provider AUTOCRYPT has been selected as one of MobilityXlab‘s newest startups to co-create mobility solutions with industry accelerators and enable projects between partner companies. Led by industry giants CEVT, Ericsson, Polestar, Veoneer, Volvo Cars, Volvo Group, and Zenseact, MobilityXlab facilitates partnerships between startups in the industry and aims to bring future mobility closer together. AUTOCRYPT will participate in MobilityXlab for at least six months to co-create solutions for the rapidly changing mobility landscape. 

As one of the few mobility security providers in MobilityXlab, the company looks forward to integrating PKI in real-world use cases, turning proof-of-concept into reality when it comes to secure vehicular environments. Autocrypt’s tri-standard compliant Secure Credential Management System for V2X ensures vulnerability-free environments, preventing unwanted interference in connected and autonomous driving. 

“We are elated to be invited and chosen as one of eleven startups amongst 108 applicants this year. We expect this collaboration to expedite strategic partnerships here in Europe, giving us an avenue to directly collaborate and discuss how to enhance emerging technologies across mobility and connectivity tech sectors,” said Daniel ES Kim, CEO of Autocrypt Technologies GmbH. “AUTOCRYPT also plans to drive forward cybersecurity testing and engineering technology development to seize the initiative in Europe and worldwide.”

Along with its secure V2X solutions, AUTOCRYPT’s latest suite of secure EV-related offerings, EVIQ, focuses on secure V2G communications. The offerings suite aims to provide seamless charging experiences to all users, including Plug&Charge with an ISO-15118 compliant communication interface, and a customized Charging Station Management System. The company unveiled EVIQ at the 35th Electric Vehicle Symposium, EVS35, where it also presented its security testing framework for charging environments.

About MobilityXlab

MobilityXlab is a collaboration hub founded in 2017 by global companies to create and develop new innovations within future mobility – with each other and with startups. Our seven partners are CEVT, Ericsson, Polestar, Veoneer, Volvo Cars, Volvo Group, and Zenseact. Lindholmen Science Parks is the host organization. MobilityXlab is also supported by Region Västra Götaland and Vinnova, Sweden’s Innovation Agency. Over the first five years, MobilityXlab has seen startups applying from 50 countries. The collaboration platform has resulted in 75 proof of concepts and 12 accelerations, in the form of commercial contracts or partnerships. 

Mobility data security company AutoCrypt becomes latest ITF Corporate Partner

This article was first provided by the International Transport Forum, and was published here.

Korean transport security technology firm AutoCrypt has joined the Corporate Partnership Board of the International Transport Forum (ITF). As an ITF corporate partner, AutoCrypt will bring their expertise to ITF work on intelligent transport systems, digitalisation and safety.

AutoCrypt is a mobility security provider dedicated to the safety of future transportation. Founded in 2007 as an in-house venture of former ITF corporate partner Penta Security Systems, AutoCrypt became a separate entity in 2019 as its presence expanded worldwide.

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Recognised by industry new platform TU-Automotive as the Best Auto Cybersecurity Product/Solution of 2019 and a finalist for Automotive Tech Company of the Year 2020, AutoCrypt provides core security components to protect the communication of connected vehicles and in Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) more broadly.

The ITF is an intergovernmental organisation with 63 member countries that facilitates global dialogue for better transport. It acts as a think tank for member governments and organises an Annual Summit of transport ministers. The Corporate Partnership Board is the ITF’s platform for engaging with the private sector and enriching global transport policy discussion with a business perspective.

Young Tae Kim, Secretary-General of the ITF, said: “Smart, innovative transport solutions for the 21st century will only work if the data they rely on is secured in the best possible ways. The ITF is proud to work with AutoCrypt as one of the global leaders in this critical area for the future of mobility. We look forward to exploring the challenges and the solutions to this rapidly evolving field with the help of AutoCrypt’s world-class expertise and innovative prowess.“

Daniel ES Kim, CEO of AutoCrypt, said: “Autonomous driving and smart mobility have been making great headway in technological development. However, without proper security architecture in place, we are only increasing the risk of data exposure. With the Corporate Partnership Board, our hope is to collaborate with other innovative corporations to highlight the importance of secure transportation and mobility.”

The members of the ITF Corporate Partnership Board are: AB InBev, Airbus, Arrival, Alstom, Aramco, AutoCrypt, Bosch, ExxonMobil, Iberdrola, Incheon International Airport, Kakaomobility, Michelin, NXP, PTV Group, Penta Security, RATP Group, Shell, Siemens, SNCF, SPEA Engineering, TIER Mobility, Total, Toyota, Uber, Valeo, Voi, Volvo Cars, Volvo Group and Waymo.

More information about the ITF’s Corporate Partnership Board, including recent work on blockchain, new mobility, data-driven transport policy, and decarbonising transport is available at