Posted On: Mar 3, 2021
The certification assessment was performed by Riscure, an independent security lab licensed by TrustCB, a commercial Certification Body conforming to international and industry standards. FreeRTOS 202012.00 LTS libraries including the FreeRTOS kernel and related IoT libraries were evaluated as part of the certification process. The certification tested for verification of platform identity and instance identity, firmware updates over-the-air (OTA), secure communications, software isolation capabilities, and cryptographic operations. You can learn more in the blog: Why SESIP Certification for FreeRTOS Matters.
FreeRTOS is an an MIT licensed open source, real-time operating system for microcontrollers that makes small, low-power edge devices easy to program, deploy, secure, connect, and manage. You can get started by downloading source code from FreeRTOS.org, GitHub, or the FreeRTOS console, and find more information on FreeRTOS libraries and demos on FreeRTOS.org.