Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel · Israel
Information Technology · Software · Transportation · Security
CYMOTIVE Technologies was co-founded in 2016 by Volkswagen Group and top-tier Israeli security experts (Yuval Diskin, Tsafrir Kats, and Dr. Tamir Bechor). The company provides cybersecurity solutions for the automotive industry (products and services). Since its foundation, CYMOTIVE has been taking part in many projects, most of them in cooperation with Volkswagen Group who consists of car brands such as Volkswagen, SEAT, Škoda, Audi, Porsche, Lamborghini, etc. The company operates in Israel, Germany, and Sweden, and allows short-term or long-term relocations. CYMOTIVE advocates the development of holistic end-to-end solutions for automobile manufacturers, together with systemic approach toward the entire vehicle ecosystem, and the implementation of secure development, risk management, penetration testing, cyberthreat analysis, and incident response strategies. All in a leadership of top-notch experts and specialists from each and every domain. Our corporate culture encourages striving for excellence, professionalism, knowledge sharing, ambition for consistent self-development, equality, diversity, and transparency, together with keeping warm and family-like work environment. We provide our employees with the opportunity to be exposed to the various cybersecurity domains in which we operate, in order to emphasize the benefit of the systemic approach in overcoming challenges and finding the finest solutions. Due to the global technological acceleration and specifically the transformation of the automotive industry (including EV manufacturing, networking and connectivity, autonomous driving, and shared mobility), we are in a phase of accelerated growth, and aiming to recruit the best technological minds to lead the innovation of systemic approaches, the development of advanced technologies, and the supply of exclusive services for global cybersecurity in the world of automotive and smart mobility.
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