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I haven't done a complete research but Cypress seems to be maintaining its own derived version of amazon-freeRTOS currently. (It's basically a trimmed and altered version from the official amazon-freeRTOS?)
And from the latest release's What'sNew I saw this:
I tested with this release and sadly it didn't contain the exact OTA demo for CYW943907AEVAL1F yet. But I recommend it to you and hope you would find something else useful that could help you with security, TCP, etc.
I will recommend the Cypress-derived version to you because this version always keeps up with what Cypress expect of amazon-freeRTOS.
But at most of the times you shouldn't feel any difference because the 'normal' version should sync with the Cypress-derived version eventually. It's just that the 'normal' version sometimes may not update and pull the newest changes of Cypress or some other minor configurations.