Security and compliance

1. Security

SysON does’nt inherently implement any security features or compliance measures directly within the product. However, we understand that security and regulatory compliance are critical concerns for our users. If you are interested in how these topics can be addressed or have specific security and compliance requirements, please feel free to contact us for further discussion and tailored solutions.

  • Authentication and Authorization: While SysON does’nt include built-in mechanisms for authentication or authorization, we recognize the importance of secure user management. We can offer guidance on integrating SysON with external authentication systems, including Single Sign-On (SSO).

  • Data Encryption: SysON itself does’nt offer encryption for data at rest or in transit. We can discuss potential approaches to secure data handling, including leveraging external encryption services or tools to protect sensitive information.

  • Audit Logging and Monitoring: Although SysON does’nt feature built-in logging or monitoring capabilities, we can assist you in setting up external tools to track user activities, monitor system performance, and support logs for security audits.

  • Data Integrity and Backup: SysON does’nt offer specific mechanisms for ensuring data integrity or performing backups. If these are critical for your use case, we’re available to help you explore and integrate appropriate third-party solutions for data integrity checks and backup processes.

  • Secure Development Practices: While SysON does’nt enforce secure coding standards or vulnerability management practices, we can offer advice and recommendations on best practices for secure software development and maintenance.

2. Compliance

SysON is dedicated to aligning with industry standards to ensure interoperability, flexibility, and future-proofing for our users. A key aspect of this commitment is our focus on compliance with the SysML v2 standard from the Object Management Group (OMG).

The Systems Modeling Language (SysML) is a widely recognized standard used for modeling complex systems. SysML v2 represents the next evolution of this standard, aiming to offer enhanced capabilities for systems engineering and Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE).

SysON is committed to being compliant with the SysML v2 standard as soon as it’s officially defined and released by the OMG. Our development team is closely monitoring the progress of the SysML v2 standardization process.