OpenBSD strives to be the most secure operating system in the world. While it can reasonably make that claim now, it's a position that requires a constant struggle to maintain. People who break into systems are constantly trying new ways to penetrate computer systems, which means that today's feature may be tomorrow's security hole. As OpenBSD developers learn of new classes of programming errors and security holes, they scan the entire source tree for that class of problem and fix them before anyone even knows how they might be exploited. The history of computer security shows that users cannot be expected to patch or maintain their own systems; those systems must be secure out of the box. OpenBSD's goal is to eliminate those problems before they exist.
If you work at a company implementing such technology, please base it on OpenBSD. I do not want my refrigerator to be hacked and find 4,000 gallons of sour cream on my doorstep the next day!