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SYSGO at embedded world

SYSGO @ embedded world 2019

It was “embedded world time” again. From 26th to 28th of February the international embedded community met in Nuremberg. With a clear focus on embedded technologies, the EW19 continues to be an important industry meeting place for developers and decision-makers and offers inspiration for a safe & secure connected future. The visitors at the SYSGO …

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PikeOS Hypervisor certified according to Common Criteria

SYSGO has reached another great milestone with PikeOS. As the first and as of today the only RTOS vendor, we received Common Criteria EAL 3+ certification for the PikeOS Hypervisor. The subject of certification by the Federal Office for Information Security (Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik – BSI) is the separation kernel in PikeOS, …

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Cyber security as a design objective

  Increasing digitalisation presents the armed forces with a whole host of new challenges. Digitalised vehicles and weapon systems are potentially vulnerable to cyber attacks ‒ and not just when they are connected to the Internet. As demonstrated by the Stuxnet computer worm in the attacks on the Iranian nuclear programme, even systems and networks …

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SYSGO takes part in Thales RISC-V MADRAS initiative

Together with Thales Research and Technology (TRT), SYSGO is now member of the RISC-V consortium at the highest level (platinum). RISC-V is an open instruction specification set for CPU architectures. It is a strong growing foundation for open hardware efforts and commercial products with more than 120 members. At the last summit in December 2018 …

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Security Certification of IoT Devices with a Component-based Software Design

Different security standards exist for different types of IoT applications. Whether you want to meet the Common Criteria for Information Technology Security (ISO 15408), IEC 62443 for Industrial Control Systems, EDSA (Embedded Device Security Analysis) or J3061 in the automotive sector: In a recently published article, SYSGO’s Director R&T Dr. Sergey Tverdyshev shows you how …

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Mit komponentenbasiertem Software-Design zur Security-Zertifizierung für IoT-Geräte

Für unterschiedliche Arten von IoT-Anwendungen existieren auch unterschiedliche Sicherheitsstandards. Ob Sie nun die Common Criteria for Information Technology Security (ISO 15408), die IEC 62443 für Industrial Control Systems, EDSA (Embedded Device Security Analysis) oder J3061 im Automobilbereich erfüllen wollen: In dem kürzlich auf “embedded-software-engineer” veröffentlichten Artikel zeigt Ihnen SYSGOs Director R&T Dr. Inf. Sergey Tverdyshev, …

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Trustworthiness via Security Certification

The last two weeks in Amsterdam were full of security assurance related events. Despite the rainy fall weather, I feel energised and looking optimistically into future of security certification. 🙂   CCUF stands for Common Criteria User Forum. This forum is an open community of security experts, security evaluators, vendors of SW and HW products, …

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SYSGO @ HIS Conference

High-profile security experts and embedded systems software designers meet today at the High Integrity Software Conference in Bristol (#HIS2018). This year‘s focus is on the certification of autonomous and „intelligent“ systems in avionics, automotive and industrial applications. The morning already started with extensive discussions and a clear interest in SYSGO‘s certifiable hypervisor PikeOS. Stay tuned! …

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SYSGO presentation @ heise devSec

On October 17th and 18th, I visited the German developer conference heise devSec in Heidelberg. Despite the mainly web-centric orientation, the convergence of IT and OT (operational technology) was a hot topic. A number of speakers, including the keynote by Miko Hyppönen from F-Secure, outlined the risks of insecure IoT systems. The stories were all …

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