INTEGRITY-178: The First EAL 6+ RTOS
INTEGRITY: the only secure operating system
The INTEGRITY-178 RTOS
has been evaluated by the National Security
Agency and certified by National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP)
to EAL 6+ High Robustness for the protection of classified information against
well funded sophisticated attackers. That is secure by anyone’s definition.
The highest security standard to which any other operating system (Windows, Linux, Solaris & others) has ever been certified only protects against “inadvertent or casual attempts to breach the system security.” That is not even close to secure by anyone’s definition.
INTEGRITY is the only secure operating system.
Proven Deployed Technology
The INTEGRITY and INTEGRITY-178 RTOSes have been deployed for over 10 years in systems that require absolute security and total reliability:
- Flying the Boeing B1-B intercontinental nuclear bomber, the Boeing
787 Dreamliner, Lockheed Martin’s
F-16, F-22 & F-35, and dozens of other aircraft
- Securing military computers, networks, routers, cell phones, and radios
- Widespread adoption in medical, industrial, and networking products
- Running a multitude of consumer products from printers to kitchen ovens
The Universal Operating System
INTEGRITY can secure virtually any computer or computer controlled device from attack, even systems running operating systems such as Windows, Linux, Mac OS, Solaris, Palm OS, Symbian, or VxWorks, whether it is in a PC, server, networking equipment, embedded system, smart phone, or critical infrastructure. INTEGRITY has more than a decade of fielded deployment in the following industries:
- Avionics & Aerospace
INTEGRITY Global Security
INTEGRITY Global Security is the leading expert in providing the highest-certified level of IT security solutions for government, military and commercial enterprises.
The foundation of INTEGRITY Global Security is the INTEGRITY operating system, the only operating system technology certified to EAL 6+, High Robustness.
INTEGRITY was evaluated by the NSA and certified by The National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) against the most rigorous standard for operating system security, the United States Separation Kernel Protection Profile, (SKPP). NIAP is a U.S. Government initiative originated to meet the security testing needs of both information technology (IT) consumers and producers and is operated by the National Security Agency (NSA). SKPP is the security standard sponsored by the NSA that specifies security requirements for “high robustness” operating systems. High robustness operating systems control computer systems that manage and protect high value resources in the face of attacks by resourceful adversaries. According to Department of Defense (DOD) guidance, High Robustness refers to “security services and mechanisms that provide the most stringent protection and rigorous security countermeasures.”