Untrustworthy software has significant, even life-threatening effects in an industrial context, where trustworthy implementations are required for safe, secure, private, reliable, resilient and functional systems. Trustworthiness in software can only be achieved with deliberate quality processes for the creation of the product in every stage. Objective, clearly articulated, measurable criteria and their prioritization allow an organization to reconcile competing factors and ensure the required quality throughout the lifecycle from inception to retirement. This defines the required quality and how it will be managed and reviewed throughout software design, development, and assurance testing.
This webinar provides a high-level overview of software trustworthiness for developers, owner-operators, and decision makers in industrial internet of things (IIoT) systems and a comprehensive look at all of the elements involved in achieving the ultimate goal of trustworthy software and protection mechanisms that produce predictable and desirable business and operational outcomes in the IIoT. The speakers will address various aspects of creating, acquiring, and protecting software as well as providing practical and actionable best practices for recognizing, addressing, managing, and mitigating risks and their sources, whether developed in-house or acquired.
The webinar is being hosted by Open Systems Media, a leading publisher focused on the global community of embedded developers, designers and engineers in the industrial and military sectors. Leading the discussion will be Marcellus Buchheit, President and CEO, Wibu-Systems USA, and Mark Hermeling,Senior Director of Product Marketing, GrammaTech. Both speakers were co-authors of the white paper recently published by the Industrial Internet Consortium, entitled Software Trustworthiness Best Practices.
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