Automotive Company Faurecia Opens Tel Aviv Cybersecurity Outpost
The new office will focus on cybersecurity technologies for autonomous vehicles and improving vehicle tracking for emergency responders
Adi Pick | 11:00 03.10.2019
Euronext Paris-listed Faurecia S.A. has opened a Tel Aviv cybersecurity outpost, the company announced Thursday. The new office will operate under Faurecia’s Israeli subsidiary, Faurecia Security Technologies Ltd., managing director Uri Pachter told Calcalist Wednesday. Founded in 1997, Faurecia develops automotive parts including seating, interior systems, and clean mobility technologies. The company employs some 114,000 people in 35 countries worldwide. the company backed Israeli automotive cybersecurity startup Guardknox Cyber Technologies Ltd.