When it comes to aerospace and defense software, it is essential to ensure that it is safeguarded against security vulnerabilities. That is why following security best practices and enforcing secure coding standards is absolutely critical. However, safeguarding your software can be a challenging and time-consuming process.
Yet, with the right tools and best practices, you are able to ensure that your software is secure throughout development. Join our panel of software security experts to learn how to efficiently ensure that your aerospace and defense software is safeguarded against security vulnerabilities.
During this webinar, our software security experts will explain:
- What are the most common aerospace and defense security vulnerabilities.
- How to effectively safeguard against common vulnerabilities.
- What are the essential secure coding standards for aerospace and defense.
- What are the essential software security tools that you should use.
If you’re interested in learning how to efficiently safeguard your aerospace and defense software, fill out the form to reserve your seat.
Gordon Saladino has over 40 years of experience in software technology. He has applied his skills and experience to the analysis, design, development, debugging, packaging, and delivery of software products. Currently, he is a Solutions Architect for Klocwork, and provides post-sales technical account management, which includes: planning, guidance, production deployment, custom configuration, custom integration, product tuning, dynamic problem solving, issue citing, training, system health checks, proactive product support, ROI management, and customer relationship management.
Stuart Foster has over 10 years of experience in mobile and software development. He has managed product development of consumer apps and enterprise software. Currently, he manages Klocwork and Helix QAC, Perforce’s market-leading code quality management solutions. He believes in developing products, features, and functionality that fit customer business needs and helps developers produce secure, reliable, and defect-free code. Stuart holds a bachelor’s degree in information technology, interactive multimedia and design from Carleton University, and an advanced diploma in multimedia design from the Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology.
Jill Britton has over 30 years of embedded software experience across a variety of industries. She has worked as a software engineer and manager for telecommunications, automotive, defense, and education software.
Jill is now the Director of Compliance at Perforce and is a committee member of MISRA. Jill holds a BSc in Computer Science and Statistics from Newcastle University, and a MSc in Computer Science from Brunel University London.
Steve has more than 15 years of experience in the software verification and validation space — the majority of that working with static analysis.
Steve has a first-class degree in Computer Science from the University of Wales, and several post graduate qualifications in software testing and safety certification.