Standardizing Essential Security Requirements for Separation Kernels

It was quite refreshing to travel to still early spring Trondheim (Norway) from almost summer Rhein-Main valley (Germany). Located in Trondheim Thales Norway and Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) have hosted the last bi-annual Common Criteria¹ User Forum (CCUF²) from April 24 – 26. I have represented the certMILS project and the MILS…

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SYSGO joins panel discussion at ILA on secure embedded systems

We are proud to have joined the ILA Berlin with participation of high level German Bundeswehr cyber security specialists and industry experts. SYSGO joined a panel discussion showing that modern embedded defense systems are – following the market trend – getting more and more complex, feature rich, consolidated and connected. At the same time, they…

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SYSGO talking about Cybersecurity at the Thales Media Days

  On Wednesday April 11, Thales held its first Media Days in Vélizy near Paris, on the subject of Cybersecurity. French and international media representatives were invited to this very successful event. Journalists could not only benefit from presentations from speakers such as Marc Darmon (EVP Secure Communications and Information Systems) or Guillaume Poupard (President…

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Meet your SW partner for safe & secure systems @ embedded world

  No matter whether you’re talking about avionics, railways, cars or industry in general – the embedded world is characterised by security and autonomy. SYSGO will show you how you can master high security requirements with PikeOS. Under the motto “Your software partner for safe & secure systems“, you’ll find forward-looking ideas and field-tested concepts…

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SYSGO participating in the Automotive Grade Linux project

  SYSGO is joining forces with the Linux Foundation to actively participate in their Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) project. In this open-source project, renowned automotive manufacturers and suppliers will work alongside hardware and software manufacturers to develop and implement a completely open software stack for the connected car. Thanks to its membership of the Linux…

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