Change control: A new framework for embedded systems

August 1, 2007 OpenSystems Media
Feature / Discussion: August 2007Determining if an embedded system will operate securely in the field as shipped can be difficult to accomplish as standardization has allowed devices to become more interconnected and thus more open to security, software control, and compliance pitfalls. Change control software can help overcome these challenges by giving device manufacturers greater jurisdiction over what software gets changed on an embedded system.

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Monica Chauhan (Solidcore Systems)
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