Cyber Defense for Sensors
Regulus is the first company dealing with sensor cybersecurity. Our first product is Pyramid GNSS™ - defending against GNSS spoofing and GPS hacking attacks.
Detection, Mitigation, and Reporting
of GNSS Spoofing
Our Pyramid GNSS™ sensor defense monitors and protects GNSS and GPS receivers from spoofing. Pyramid GNSS is the first solution for the commercial sector to defend against dangerous fake signals. The Regulus Cyber solution offers high end performance, affordable price, and easy integration for any manned or autonomous platform.
Automotive Sensor Defense
Autonomous driving requires the use of satellite navigation and multiple sensor systems. These systems are all vulnerable to dangerous attacks.Vehicle Sensors Protection
Maritime Sensor Defense
Naval Vessels Today rely heavily on GPS and Sensors. These systems have vulnerabilities that risk both manned and unmanned ships.Naval Sensors Protection
Sensor disruption is a global cybersecurity issue.
Across borders and industries, the risk of cyber attacks on manned and autonomous driving technology and crucial sensors is looming, and the impact could be devastating. As the aviation, maritime and automotive industries speed toward autonomous capabilities, we ensure a solution that keeps pace with looming sensor cyber attacks and threats
Regulus In The News
"Sensors security for autonomous machines will become as important as processors security. Regulus identified the key vulnerabilities and developed the best-in-class solutions”TechCrunch
"Vehicles that rely on GPS navigation are vulnerable to spoofing, the sending of phony signals to lead them off their intended course. The palm-size Pyramid GPS SP from Regulus Cyber Ltd. uses a bundle of antennas and receivers to make sure the signals it’s reading are legit."Bloomberg Business
"To ensure that every autonomous vehicle is safe, GPS security must be built into them before they leave the assembly line."Autonomous Vehicle Technology Magazine
"enables autonomous vehicles to operate smoothly, without interference to their sensor suite, communication channels and mission data."Inc Magazine
"While current solutions are big, heavy and expensive, Regulus' Pyramid GNSS offers industry-standard size and price. Industries such as automotive, aviation, maritime, and mobile phones can defend themselves against this sophisticated emerging threat"GPS World
“That means that they (Regulus) can produce a less expensive spoofing detector. And that’s valuable. Humphreys is not the only one who sees potential in Regulus’ approach. The company has raised a total of $6.3 million"Inside GNSS
״Regulus was founded by a team of entrepreneurs that have extensive knowledge and experience in creating security solutions for the military, homeland security, and commercial projects and bring that expertise to the emerging markets of autonomous cars and unmanned aerial vehicles.״Driverless Report
Tesla Model 3 Spoofed off the highway – Regulus Navigation System Hack Causes Car to Turn On Its Own
The Regulus Cyber researchers found that spoofing attacks on the Tesla GNSS (GPS) receiver could easily be carried out wirelessly and remotely, resulting in controlling the car’s navigation decisions.