Conference paper Open Access
Schulz, Thorsten; Golatowski, Frank; Timmermann, Dirk
Security and cryptography protocols are seen by many as black-magic, largely due to their complex mathematical algorithms and entangled state-machines. This complexity has also led to numerous vulnerabilities in past years. Recent developments have simplified conformance requirements, and also introduced formal proofs to mainstream security protocols. In this work-in-progress publication we discuss, how this evolution has greatly improved the situation for critical systems, and how the architecture of MILS systems can raise the confidence for high-assurance systems.