Upcoming wolfSSL Webinar: “Network Security Required for Avionics Systems”

We are hosting a special webinar on the Network Security Required for Avionics Systems for our Japan audience on September 29th!  

Webinar Information 

Registration Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/5715959850834/

Date and Time: Tuesday, September 29, 2020 10:00 AM Japan Time 

Speaker: wolfSSL Inc. Software Engineer, Tesfa Mael


The avionics industry is currently moving to encourage avionics manufacturers to offer more interactive connectivity than ever before. The growing threat of cybersecurity attacks in communication systems is no exception in the avionics industry, and systems must be protected from these attacks.

To develop a secure system, you first need to define the required security level requirements. Often, these requirements fall to the relevant system level through a system-wide security assessment. As part of this process, you need a security plan that considers the entire product life cycle. Without a reliable safety foundation in the development life cycle, it is difficult to prove and maintain the safety of a product.

In this webinar, how will the architectural foundation of Deos, a Time & Space Partitioned RTOS that was certified as DO-178 Level A in 1998, and the cryptography and Deos provided by wolfSSL be integrated? Learn how to achieve the secure features that today’s avionics manufacturers need.

What an RTOS vendor needs to provide for safety and security: 

  • · Deos as a foundation for a secure platform 
  • · Secure Boot
  • · Secure Update
  • · Secure Transport
  • · Cryptography (a building block for all of the above)

This webinar will be held in English.

For those who wish to participate, please click here. After registering, we will send you a confirmation email regarding your participation in the webinar.

We look forward to your participation.


If you have any questions, please contact us at info@wolfssl.jp .

Please see here for other webinar schedules and the release of the on-demand version .