Unit Testing and Coverage Measurement for Safety-Critical Applications

As digital data transfer becomes increasingly common for businesses of all sizes and genres, security has moved to the forefront as an important and integral element of the software development lifecycle (SDLC). Data breaches pose enormous threats to the privacy of individuals and the integrity of companies whose responsibility it is to safeguard sensitive information.

The software development and security processes go hand in hand—each aspect of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) must be architected to incorporate security-oriented components. These efforts lead to establishing a coordinated network of data security precautions that safeguard all the information used throughout the project flow and predefine high-quality IT products purged of data-threatening bugs, code loopholes, and software design blunders.

Whether it’s personal information, financial data, or confidential business data, users expect their information to be kept safe and confidential. Failure to protect data can result in legal consequences and loss of trust.

In summary, the necessity of developing secure software (using a secure processor core) goes beyond mitigating external threats; it encompasses legal compliance, business reputation, financial protection, and ethical considerations. Secure software is a fundamental requirement in today’s interconnected and data-driven world, and its importance will only continue to grow as technology advances.

ARMv8-M is an architecture extension designed for ARM Cortex-M processors, such as Cortex-M23 and Cortex-M33.  It can also be effectively used in secure applications when combined with appropriate hardware and software security features. In this webinar, you will get to learn more about the different ways of developing secure software code using the secure Arm Cortex-M cores.


Friday, 08th September 2023 | 3:30 PM to 04:15 PM

Live Webinar