wolfSSL recently gave a presentation on FIPS 140-2 validating wolfCrypt inside a secure enclave at ICMC18 (#CryptoModConf). Thanks to all those who attended! For reference, we have put our slide deck up on Slideshare for our users to flip through or reference.
“Secure enclaves are becoming a popular way to separate and protect sensitive code and data from other processes running on a system. A FIPS 140-2 validated cryptographic software module is currently required to run power-on self tests when loaded, but security of the module can be taken one step further by validating the module inside a secure enclave, such as Intel SGX.
wolfSSL has been working on FIPS 140-2 validating the wolfCrypt library running inside an Intel SGX enclave. This session will discuss the advantages, challenges, and process of FIPS 140-2 validating a cryptographic software module inside Intel SGX and how the same process could be applied to other secure enclave environments.”
Contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions about doing a FIPS validation inside a TEE or secure enclave!