HCC Embedded Releases MISRA-Compliant EAP Framework for Secure IoT Networks
HCC Joins Wi-SUN Alliance to Show Support of Seamless Wireless Connectivity
By: HCC Embedded
EAP is used for device authentication that supports many types of secure access. It provides a basic request/response protocol framework over which specific security algorithms can be implemented. This approach gives developers a way to ensure that industrial, medical, and transport IoT devices that join a wireless network are authenticated. This helps to create a robust and secure network.
HCC's EAP components are fully compliant with all relevant RFCs and come with a full test suite to verify correct operation on the target system. The EAP framework is developed according to HCC's MISRA coding standard and provides reliability on any embedded target. When used with HCC's MISRA-compliant networking stack, the EAP framework enables engineers to develop a secure, high-quality IoT device quickly and with confidence.
HCC is committed to ensuring the elimination of security problems caused by software-quality issues. HCC's EAP framework is available with full MISRA compliance reports. Additional life-cycle evidence, including high-level design and functional specification, are supplied on request.
To help ensure seamless connectivity of secure wireless networking, HCC has also joined the Wi-SUN Alliance™ (https://www.wi-
About HCC Embedded
HCC Embedded's software solutions ensure that any data stored or communicated by an embedded IoT application is secure, safe, and reliable.With 15+ years' deep understanding of flash, HCC secures data for customers in IoT, medical, transport, industrial, and aerospace markets. HCC Embedded is ISO 9001:2015 certified and software is developed using formal processes, system-level knowledge, and recognized quality practices to ensure robustness and verifiable quality. HCC's product portfolio includes communications products (USB, TCP/IPv4, IPv6, TLS/SSL, IPSec/IKE stacks) and storage products (file systems, media drivers, flash translation layers (FTL), smart-meter software, bootloaders)
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