Future-proof your application with 3 compliance best practices

Connected embedded devices have become an integral part of our daily routines, and with daily news about data breaches, denial-of-service attacks, and hijacking of IoT devices, government regulation of these devices is inevitable. And yet, the majority of embedded teams still aren’t writing their source code with compliance to any safety standard. So how can you prepare yourself for the inevitable government regulations? Avoid the disarray, extra work, and suboptimal processes that can be created by the introduction of a standard by following these 3 best practices:

  1. Keep safety-critical code and all other code in separate places, to reduce unnecessary compliance effort,
  2. Understand your technical debt by using static analysis to learn which modules are the weakest, and
  3. Make all new code compliant to a security standard.
Leonid Borodaev
Leonid Borodaev

Leonid Borodaev is a research engineer at Parasoft. He graduated from the University of Groningen with a Computing Science degree and worked...

45 Minuten Vortrag


22. Juli


Embedded Testing






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