Software Integrity

Archive for May 2016

 

Synopsys Joins Automakers At Embedded Software Summit

This week Synopsys presented to automakers gathered in Detroit at a summit on embedded software integrity. The Embedded Software Integrity for Automotive Summit convened at a small hotel in Dearborn, Michigan – a city located just outside of Detroit and known by many in the automotive industry as the home of the Ford Motor Company […]

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Synopsys at Future Connect Cars 2016

On Thursday, Andreas Kuehlmann, Senior Vice President and General Manager for Software Integrity at Synopsys, was one of the speakers at the Future Connected Cars conference in Santa Clara, California. In his talk, Kuehlmann addressed how automakers can avoid costly recalls or brand damage through a process called “software signoff.” There exists within the hardware […]

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NIST Focuses Special Publication 800-160 on Infrastructure Cyber Security

With an eye toward use in automobiles, the electric grid, and emergency response teams, the National Institute for Science and Technology (NIST) proposes how organizations can incorporate time-tested security design principles and concepts into these systems from concept to completion in a new publication. Originally available in 2014, Special Publication 800-160: Systems Security Engineering: Considerations […]

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