Security testing essential for automotive app development

Upcoming webinar: How to reduce automotive software development risk

on Sep 18, 14 • by Roy Sarkar • with No Comments

Avoiding hacks, wrecks, and recalls is the job of every automotive software development team out there … yet few know how to do it. Organizations are under increasing pressure to deliver code that’s compliant to standards, protected from security threats, and free of defects that could result in expensive...

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Avoiding hacks, wrecks, and recalls is the job of every automotive software development team out there … yet few know how to do it. Organizations are under increasing pressure to deliver code that’s compliant to standards, protected from security threats, and free of defects that could result in expensive recalls or loss of consumer trust. To keep pace, traditional testing methods are falling by the wayside in favor of leaner, more effective techniques that get your software verified and validated faster.

Join us on Tuesday, September 30th for our “How to reduce automotive software development risk” webinar that will explore how the industry’s focus on functional safety and cyber security has organizations adopting automated tools for defect discovery and standards compliance – achieving faster time to market and reduced risk.

During this webinar, you’ll learn about:

• How to get ISO 26262 and MISRA compliance faster
• How to protect your code from security threats
• How static analysis reduces verification and validation effort

Tuesday, September 30, 2014
9:00am PT / 12:00pm ET
[Registration closed]

Featured Speaker
Jamie Torok, senior sales engineer, Klocwork

Jamie Torok is a senior sales engineer for Klocwork, a Rogue Wave company. Jamie joined Klocwork in 2003 and has about 30 years of experience in the software industry. His background includes over 16 years of experience in software development tools, including static code analysis, dynamic code analysis, and quality assurance. Jamie is based in Atlanta, Georgia.

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