Adventium was awarded a patent today for its virtualized cross domain information sharing technology called XEBHRA™. The patent, titled Multi-Domain Information Sharing (Patent #8,590,005), is an innovative method to guarantee that traffic between domains only goes through a guard, where both domains and the guard are hosted as virtual machines on the same hypervisor. This is a key step towards enabling virtualized cross domain transfer solutions.
On several recent projects, Adventium has been making significant progress in research related to space and aviation safety. As part of NASA’s Leading Edge Aeronautics Research for NASA (LEARN) program, Adventium is developing a means to make effective use of multi-core processors and advanced communications networks. Adventium’s SPICA resource allocation and scheduling tool will enable vast improvements in the performance, efficiency, safety, and dependability of complex avionics systems.
Jason Sonnek will be delivering a talk on Adventium's latest virtualization research at the Xen Project Developer Summit in Edinburgh, Scotland. The talk, titled "SecureServe: A Multi-level Secure Server Virtualization Platform on Xen", summarizes efforts to develop a high assurance, multi-level secure server virtualization platform that is low-cost, open, and enterprise ready.
Ken Hoyme is an invited speaker at a panel discussion at the 2013 USENIX Workshop on Health Information Technologies. Ken will be speaking on the challenges medical device companies face in implementing device security, and some possible paths forward. Other panelists include Brian Fitzgerald, Deputy Division Director at the FDA who is establishing their Cybersecurity Lab, and Lynette Sherrill, Deputy Director for the VA Field Security Office. More information can be found at https://www.usenix.org/conference/health
Brian Isle presented on the topic of cyber security trends to the Association of Minnesota Counties at the annual Futures Workshop on June 27th. After his presentation he participated in the panel discussion on the security challenges facing the Minnesota counties. Minnesota has 87 counties with a broad range of industry, infrastructure, and demographics.
Andamio Games, a division of Adventium Labs, is proud to announce it has successfully raised nearly $26,000 via Kickstarter, the popular crowdfunding platform, to further develop its iNeuron™ mobile application. iNeuron is a mobile application to teach high school students neuroscience. It was developed over the course of a 2‐year grant from the National Institute on Mental Health and in collaboration with scientists from the University of Minnesota. It teaches neuroscience concepts while students work alone and in groups to solve challenges using their mobile devices.
Good news! Adventium's new division, Andamio Games, and our educational product, iNeuron, were both featured in a KSTP (channel 5) news story today. Click here to see the video.
They did a fantastic job of capturing what our collaborative approach to mobile device-based education could become and the urgency of making it available to teachers via our Kickstarter campaign.