Three Great New Technologies brought to SYSGO Safety Ecosystem: DO-178C DAL A Support, FIPS 140-3, and IDPS
Pre-integration of the wolfSSL cryptographic library into SYSGO's embedded Linux ELinOS product as well as the PikeOS real-time operating system (RTOS) based on a separation kernel, has already enabled critical embedded industries such as avionics, railway, automotive and defense to have more secure software signing capabilities and the ability to build a root of trust into their systems.
Adding to an already robust security (and safety) portfolio that includes wolfCrypt FIPS 140-2, DO-178C DAL A support (wolfCrypt COTS DO-178C certification kit), TLS 1.3, DTLS 1.2, secure boot, MISRA-C capabilities and more, wolfSSL has recently announced a new Intrusion Detection and Prevention System (IDPS) product, wolfSentry. This is a dynamically configurable logic hub, arbitrarily associating user-defined events with user-defined actions, contextualized by connection attributes, tracking the evolution of the client-server relationship. Additionally, wolfSSL will be among the first to achieve FIPS 140-3 validation. PikeOS users benefit from these developments when they leverage the EAL 3+ certified PikeOS Separation Kernel with wolfSSL’s thoroughly tested, mature crypto libraries, including wolfMQTT for the POSIX partition type. wolfSSL and SYSGO are thrilled to offer customers high security assurance for the next generation of connected devices. Both companies have signed a contract to foster their relationship.
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