Express Logic’s X-Ware IoT Platform Crypto Library Achieves FIPS 140-2 Certification

March 15, 2019 Katelyn Albani

San Diego, CA. Express Logic just announced that its industrial-grade X-Ware IoT Platform NetX Crypto library has achieved Federal Information Processing Standards 140-2 cryptographic certification.

Security has become the primary concern of the embedded industry. To address this concern, Express Logic has established itself as the safety and security leader in the embedded IoT space with its industrial-grade approach including:

  • pre-certification to SIL 4, ASIL D safety standards, and EAL4+ security common criteria certification for X-Ware IoT Secure Connectivity (SC)
  • TLS/DTLS
  • IPsec security protocols and standards

The X-Ware IoT Platform includes the safety-certified FileX embedded FAT-32/exFAT file system, the GUIX GUI development and embedded runtime framework, and the USBX embedded host/device USB stack. This enables embedded developers to leverage the entire X-Ware IoT Platform solution to solve IoT applications that need to do more than just communicate with other devices and/or networks.

“Security is a major concern in the embedded IoT community, and at the same time, securing the IoT is technically very challenging for embedded developers,” said Express Logic’s President, William E. Lamie. “This X-Ware IoT Platform FIPS 140-2 certification helps our customers meet stringent government security requirements, thus improving time-to-market and greatly improving the security profile of their device.”

For more information, please visit https://rtos.com/.

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