Low Cost High Assurance Separation Kernel
The development and certification strategies of existing commercially available separation kernels (SK) rely on the costly retrofitting of safety critical (DO-178B) operating systems, to meet the requirements of the NSA approved U.S. Government Separation Kernel Protection Profile in Environments Requiring High Robustness (SKPP). SOLUTE"s innovative approach focuses on the development of a SK architecture, which from the ground up meets the High Robustness requirements of the SKPP and defines cost minimization as a central principle. SOLUTE has partnered with DSD Information Assurance Labs (A National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) accredited testing laboratory) and GDC4S to ensure that the architectural development process is optimized for low cost certification at all stages.
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