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Tomas Gustavsson
Day Saturday
Room H.2214
Capacity 100
Start time 11:45
End time 12:30
Duration 00:45
Track Hardware Cryptography Devroom

CESecore and common criteria certification of open source software

CESeCore is a common criteria certified security core. It is a developer library, including support for hardware cryptographic devices, of JEE components and was recently certified at Common Criteria level EAL4+. This talk will give an overview of what CESeCore is and what it can be used for. It will also share experiences about Common Criteria certification, what it is, what's good and what's bad, and challenges involved for open source software.

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