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Prepare your medical device software for the new FDA cybersecurity guidance
By Miroslaw Zielinski on April 4, 2019

As the FDA adds more cybersecurity requirements in their new software validation guidance, medical device manufacturers can turn to static...

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SAST vs DAST: How to Use Them Together, Not Separately
By Arthur Hicken on March 27, 2019

People often say that SAST and DAST complement each other, but then just recommend using both, which isn’t necessarily complementary as much as it...

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A Guide to the Jungle of Secure Coding Standards
By Michał Rozenau on March 14, 2019

There are so many security-focused coding practices and standards (i.e. CERT, OWASP, CWE, MISRA, AUTOSAR, and a whole family of IEC 61508-based...

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How to Transform DevSecOps into SecDevOps
By Mark Lambert on March 7, 2019

It might sound like semantics, but the order of words carries all the weight. How do we culturally shift the way we address security? We start by...

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Build Security Into Your .NET Application
By Mark Lambert on February 19, 2019

The latest release of dotTEST (10.4.1) introduced significant enhancements to help development organizations deliver secure and reliable .NET...

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Use Runtime Error Detection to Find Security Vulnerabilities
By Anthony Mendez on January 18, 2019

Instead of relying on a security scanner to find known vulnerabilities in your code, you can use runtime error detection to find security...

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There's No Good Reason to Ignore CERT C++
By Miroslaw Zielinski on December 20, 2018

It is really difficult to find a justification for not following a security coding standard such as CERT C++. Here, learn what it's all about. ...

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We released Parasoft C/C++test 10.4.1 focusing on security and functional safety
By Miroslaw Zielinski on December 6, 2018

The new release of Parasoft C/C++test focused on the C++ language, including full support for CERT C++ and a dedicated compliance reporting module...

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SQL Injections and Election Security
By Arthur Hicken on November 6, 2018

Is your head in the sand? Not doing adequate security testing might make you feel safe, but not knowing the vulnerabilities of your code won't...

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