Monitor and Secure EV Charging Stations

The strong demand for fast and available EV charging solutions and the rapid proliferation of the complex infrastructure has introduced new surfaces for cyber attacks, putting EV trust, reliability and adoption at risk.

Charging stations, operators’ consumer applications, and management platforms have emerged as high-risk factors in charging solutions. Targeted cyber attacks can result in fraud for profit or service downtime, endanger consumer privacy, and potentially impact the electric grid and public safety. As a result, global regulators are beginning to develop requirements, recognizing the importance of ensuring the security and safety of the charging infrastructure

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