Cybersecurity & Open Source Software
We help you solve the growing complexity of your IoT Linux-based projects
Fulup Le Foll
December 6th, 2022
Toward a Linux safety compliant architecture through a RTOS companion.
Even though significant efforts attempt to prepare Linux for safety certifications, it seems obvious that these initiatives cannot deliver before years, if not decades, due to the magnitude of the work remaining. However, at the same time, the global automotive industry must comply today with many new certifications, including for cybersecurity (UNECE R155) and Over-The-Air software updates (UNECE R156) as well as those existing for safety (ISO-26262). This talk offers a pragmatic approach by leveraging existing hardware platforms and modern OSS software patterns to solve (partially!) certification issues related to safety, real-time and cybersecurity. This approach includes (but is not limited to) a small companion OS running within the same SoC (like Zephyr, FreeRTOS or AutoSAR) to perform certain critical functions. It also tries to use the latest techniques in containers and software isolation to satisfy security, privacy and safe updatability.
- Conference link : https://ossjapan2022.sched.com/event/1D13N
- Video link : ALS22_IoTbzh-Implement_Safety_with_Linux_and_RTOS.mp4
- PDF link : ALS22_IoTbzh-Implement_Safety_with_Linux_and_RTOS.pdf