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July 3, 2017 | Ensuring Cybersecurity: a matter of software

cybersecurite 250Software drives more than 80% of the functionalities inside modern-day industrial systems: its trustworthiness and security has now become a major differentiator.

By building on experience gained in a wide range of critical domains, and adding innovative ways to integrate with modern software development lifecycles, Bureau Veritas and CEA Tech provide efficient means to perform high-value assurance and certification activities.

Both partners have identified the vital need to secure software components while preserving the business value to industrial stakeholders in digital transformation. Today these dual objectives are addressed by their innovative “Cybersecurity Guidelines for Software Development & Assessment” which act as a lynchpin to achieving resource-efficient production of secure software. The distinctive feature of the guidelines is their focus on the innovative use of automated software security tools. Innovative solutions, such as CEA Tech’s Frama-C platform, are designed to secure the most risk-critical software in the system, time- and cost-effectively.

Ultimately, software security specialists can rely on two complementary pillars: a concise and flexible set of guidelines for software development and assessment; and a direct relationship between these guidelines and existing, state-of-the-art security tools.

Download the “Cybersecurity Guidelines for Software Development & Assessment