C2A Security Brings Generative AI to its Product-Centric DevSecOps Platform

16 August 2023

C2A Security, a DevSecOps Platform focused on mobility for automobile manufacturers, suppliers, and EV charging companies, has announced a significant advancement in its services by integrating Generative AI (GenAI) into their EVSec Platform. This milestone, represented by C2A Security's AutoSynth, signifies a groundbreaking move within the mobility ecosystem, presenting the potential to transform product and system development for enhanced security, cost efficiency, and reduced time-to-market.

Generative AI, a forward-looking artificial intelligence layer built upon large language models (LLMs), has already made substantial waves across diverse industries due to its ability to streamline processes, enhance efficiency, automate software, and elevate performance metrics. GenAI's rapid adoption is evident – according to a McKinsey survey, 40% of C-level executives intend to increase their investment in AI due to advances in GenAI, and a quarter of them personally use GenAI tools (such as ChatGPT, Midjourney, among others) for their work.

Designed to be LLM-agnostic, C2A Security is setting a new industry standard. Since the middle of 2022, the company has been integrating Generative AI capabilities into its DevSecOps Platform named AutoSynth. By harnessing the potential of GenAI, developers, security engineers, and product leaders gain the ability to optimize production processes, identify inefficiencies, automate security controls, and prioritize vulnerability response.

Roy Fridman, CEO of C2A Security, expressed enthusiasm for the groundbreaking integration: "We are thrilled to introduce this revolutionary integration of GenAI into our DevSecOps platform. This transformative amalgamation will not only enhance our product roadmap and patent track record but also empower us to develop cutting-edge products that reshape the industry landscape. AutoSynth brings advanced automation to the product security lifecycle, while GenAI opens up numerous use cases to address challenges we might not have identified prior to its implementation. I'm excited to witness the extent of automations achievable with AutoSynth!"

By tapping into the untapped potential of GenAI in the automotive sector, C2A Security aims to expedite the innovation lifecycle, reduce time-to-market, and ensure the delivery of highly secure products that surpass customer expectations. Gartner predicts that within the next 18 months, generative AI will contribute to 10% of all generated data, a significant leap from less than 1% just 18 months ago.

C2A Security is planning an exclusive launch event during the annual Auto-ISAC Summit in California, scheduled for October 17-18. During this event, C2A Security will demonstrate an Automated Threat Intelligence use case, powered by AutoSynth within their DevSecOps platform – EVSec. This demonstration will leverage the Llama large language model (LLM) developed by Meta and Microsoft.