As automotive software grows more complex and connected, development organizations are under increasing pressure to deliver code that’s protected from the threat of hackers and free of compliance gaps (not to mention, free of defects as well). Development has shifted to a software supply chain model where build integration not only includes your code but that of many different sources that offer no guarantee of security and integrity. How do you ensure that code coming in meets your standards and satisfies your customer requirements – to avoid expensive recalls, compromised privacy, and reduced safety?
Join us on Wednesday, January 28th for our “Forging a more secure automotive software supply chain” webinar where you’ll learn how the shifting focus towards automotive cybersecurity has organizations adopting automated tools to identify gaps in code security and compliance to industry standards – achieving faster time to market and reduced risk.
During this webinar, you’ll learn about:
• Assessing security gaps in your code base
• Protecting your code from security threats as early as possible
• Reducing verification and validation effort through static code analysis
Wednesday, January 28th, 2015
10:00am PT / 1:00pm ET
Igor Gvero, Klocwork product owner/technical product manager, Rogue Wave Software
Igor Gvero is a technical product manager at Rogue Wave Software and product owner of the Klocwork static code analysis product. He has over 10 years of experience in high tech and has contributed to numerous industries in that time. With a strong background in software development and testing as well as technical pre- and post-sales experience, Igor has contributed to multiple departments over the course of his career. Igor holds a Bachelors of Computer Science from Brock University and a Masters of Applied Computer Science from Concordia University. He is also certified in multiple domains including ScrumAlliance CSPO and ISC2 CSSLP.
Jeff Hildreth, account executive, Rogue Wave Software
Jeff Hildreth is an account executive for Rogue Wave Software. Jeff joined in 2011 and has experience in various aspects of the software industry, including automotive, game development, and ISO 26262 and MISRA compliance. Jeff has spearheaded several partnerships, including Rogue Wave’s participation in the QNX functional safety ecosystem and membership in the GENIVI Alliance. Jeff is based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.