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Software security is making headlines today, whether it's alarming data breaches, frustrating service downtimes, or expensive product recalls. It's more important than ever for organizations to know where their embedded software is coming from and how it's being developed - protecting against security hacks, quality quacks, and safety wrecks.
Understanding how these failures occur and identifying steps to minimize them across the supply chain is key to protecting you and your organization from costly fixes and lost satisfaction. This paper will explain how defects are introduced into code bases and how you can combat them by discussing common security threats and standards, code safety considerations (such as ISO 26262), and how continuous automated testing can enforce risk mitigation strategies across the entire supply chain.