We are delighted to announce that three more European projects have joined forces with REWIRE, establishing valuable synergies towards cutting-edge research for improved security in open-source and open-specification hardware for connected devices.
We welcome our new collaborators:
 ORSHIN – Open-source ReSilient Hardware and software for Internet of thiNgs
ORSHIN is creating the first generic and integrated methodology, called trusted lifecycle, to develop secure network devices based on open-source components while managing their entire lifecycle. The ORSHIN project’s main goal is to provide solutions to build trustworthy open-source hardware and connected devices. At the same time, this is intended to build a foundation for building trust in the security properties of open source components to promote their acceptance.
Linked in: https://www.linkedin.com/company/orshin-horizon-europe-project-101070008/
 CONNECT – Continuous and Efficient Cooperative Trust Management for Resilient CCAM
The vision of CONNECT is to address the convergence of security and safety in CCAM by assessing dynamic trust relationships and defining a trust model and trust reasoning framework based on which involved entities can establish trust for cooperatively executing safety-critical functions. The CONNECT Trust Management framework is the basis that models and captures the trust relationships of the next generation CCAM systems. CONNECT’s new safety paradigm is a key element in bringing autonomous driving to a completely new level of trustworthiness and is expected to lead to long-term consumer acceptance as a result.
Linked in: https://www.linkedin.com/company/horizon-europe-connect-project-101069688/
 SecOPERA – Secure Open source software and hardware adaptable framework
SecOPERA aims to provide a one-stop hub for complex OSS/OSH solutions delivering to a connected device designer, implementer and operator as well as any open-source software/hardware developer, the means to analyse, assess, secure/harden and share open-source solutions as those are integrated in an overall complex product developed for a networked connected environment. The SecOPERA hub offers to the open-source community a framework supporting the open-source DevSecOps lifecycle and generates secure open-source solutions along with appropriate, verifiable security guarantees.