NOTICIAS

  • se celebrará en Sala de deliberaciones A, el 11/05/2017, 11:15

  • Due to the new trend of integrating safe and secure
    functionalities into one separation kernel, security analysis of ARINC
    653 as well as a formal specification with security proofs are thus
    significant for the development and certification of Separation Kernels
    (SKs). In this talk we present a specification development and security
    analysis method for ARINC SKs based on refinement. We present a security
    model for event-based non-Interference and a stepwise refinement
    framework that will allow us to check security on sequential SKs
    specifications. Moreover to be able to reason on SKs implementations
    running on top of multi-core architectures it is essential to deal with
    the interference of the environment between SKs instances running on
    different cores. Concurrent program reasoning techniques such as
    rely-guarantee can be leveraged to reason on multi-core SKs
    implementations. However the source code of the programs to be verified
    often involves language features such as exceptions and procedures which
    are not supported by the existing mechanizations of those concurrent
    reasoning techniques. CSimpl, is a rich specification language with
    concurrency-oriented language features and verification techniques that
    will allow reasoning on multi-core SKs implementations.