Building great solutions for automotive cybersecurity to keep mobility safe.
Based in the heart of the Motor City — Detroit, Michigan — Block Harbor is a managed cybersecurity service provider focused on automakers and suppliers. With deep expertise in cloud, embedded, and automotive systems, we tailor our services and solutions to meet the demands of the rapidly changing connected vehicle and component ecosystem. Every decision on our team is made with passenger safety in mind.
Vehicle System Knowledge
Years of Experience
Vehicle Cybersecurity Labs
- Penetration Testing
- V&V-as-a-Service (VaaS)
- Vehicle Cybersecurity Lab Buildout
Vehicle Security Operations
- Vehicle Security Operations Center (VSOC)
- Threat Analysis & Risk Assessment (TARA)
- Vehicle Cybersecurity Management System (CSMS)
Founding Members of ASRG Detroit
Dedicated to advancing the state of automotive cybersecurity globally.
Winners at DefCon 27 Car Hacking Village
You can trust our experience is proven competitively.
Partners with Keysight Technologies to actualize automotive workbench
Our research and expertise fuel automotive security innovation.
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