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Seamless IoT Protection – How to make connected Gateways secure

The electronic systems inside a modern car are able to take control over critical systems, such as the steering and braking gear. However, these systems are more and more connected as the complexity of autonomous cars is increasing. This has an impact on the Safety during the car’s operation, but at the same time exposes …

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MILS workshop at ESE Congress 2019

MILS workshop at ESE Congress 2019

A few weeks passed since ESE Congress in Sindelfingen took place. So, it’s time for a retrospect on an interesting part of the congress, which was the 2019 workshop about multiple independent level of security (MILS). Security experts from different companies gave interesting lectures about their scope on MILS: Lively and deep discussions on the …

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Trondheim, Norway (Photo: SYSGO)

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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[Last chance] Register for the SYSGO & Vector Webcast

[UPDATE] The recorded webcast is available. Click here. Take the last chance to register for our upcoming Vector and SYSGO Webcast on 12th of September “It’s safe to say…Interdependency needs Safety & Security”. During the Webcast we will as well shortly present our new partnership with OSR and the possibility to see SYSGO´s safe & …

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