Cybersecurity issues concerning commercially available IoT and embedded systems have impeded the implementation of numerous business proposals. With Linux occupying a significant place in the embedded system, the question as to how economical cybersecurity solutions can be achieved under engineering and commercial considerations (e.g., technologies, resources, and certification requirements) warrants further investigation. Contrary to the traditional cybersecurity solutions of developing antivirus software, we promote Taiwan’s own SELinux from the perspective of open source technologies and share the team’s major transformation and the derived benefits.
As the Technical Deputy Manager of the System Software Division, Industrial Technology Research Institute, he leads the team in developing application whitelisting technology — a cybersecurity defense technology. In addition, he proactively participates in source code contribution and package manager maintenance for open-source projects (e.g., SELinux, Busybox, and Ubuntu) as well as Linux Foundation events with the objective of promoting Taiwan's own SELinux to assist manufacturers in obtaining relevant international cybersecurity certifications.