September 21 - 22, 2016
9:00 AM (Local Time / Central)
Minneapolis, Minnesota | In-Person
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Hear our CTO, Rod Cope, as he dives into his top tips for protecting proprietary and open source code.

This year’s ESC Minneapolis promises to explore software design innovation, hardware breakthroughs, and fresh IoT trends – and Rogue Wave Software is happy to participate. Rod will be presenting on how to best protect your code so you can spend more time on innovation, breakthroughs, and trends.

Session:

  • Presenter: Rod Cope
  • When: Wednesday, September 21, 2016, 11 a.m.
  • Title:Gimme Shelter: Tips on Protecting Proprietary and Open Source Code

Abstract: When embedded teams talk about risk, they're talking about protecting themselves from code failures, security breaches, and legal liabilities. Getting it right from the start, whether it's newly developed, legacy, or open source code, means understanding how risks are introduced and executing the best mitigation strategies.

This session aims to train and retain by walking through real examples of the top security defects and open source liability issues for embedded systems today. Based on data from the National Vulnerability Database and recent court decisions, attendees will be exposed to lesser known but vital research on security and licensing to better prepare their teams to combat risks.

Takeaway: This session aims to train and retain by walking through real examples of the top security defects and open source liability issues for embedded systems today. Based on data from the National Vulnerability Database and recent court decisions, attendees will be exposed to lesser known but vital research on security and licensing to better prepare their teams to combat risks.

Intended audience:Those concerned about security risks of embedded software.

Learn more about the conference at the ESC Minneapolis 2016 website.