How Does Your Software Security Measure Up?

| April 15, 2019

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In recent months, Wind River has offered a free software security assessment on our website.The survey is open to anyone and asks ten very brief yes/no security questions about your software system. Each question focuses on a different aspect of security as spelled out by the Wind River Helix Security Framework.  This framework is built on the industry standard Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability (CIA) Triad.  The assessment includes questions about your system’s ability to detect threats, limit access, data encryption, boot processes, and data separation to name a few of the areas.

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