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Yonatan Zur Interviewing on IAA

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During IAA 2019, a forum dedicated to mobility and its ever-changing technology, digital content hub Auto Futures interviewed Regulus Cyber CEO Yonatan Zur about the history of his company and the market's need for sensor protection.


Originally operating in the drone security realm, Regulus Cyber grew from the need to protect drones from being hijacked. It turned out later that GNSS sensor vulnerability was not unique to the drone industry and was also affecting other industries like aviation, maritime, automotive and many others.

Even without coming from an automotive background, the importance of sensor protection in the industry was recognized by Regulus Cyber. The advancements that allow advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), connectivity and driverless cars rely on GNSS sensors, therefore making the hacking of those sensors much more dangerous and harmful.