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…

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!…

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…

SYSGO presenting certMILS at the it-sa

At the it-sa 2018 SYSGO is proudly presenting the preliminary results of the certMILS project. In certMILS PikeOS plays a key role as a trusted platform helping to reduce the complexity of the certification of cyber-physical systems dramatically. Involved partners from Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Netherlands and Spain are committed to make the certification of composed…

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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…