Updates to LDRA Tool Suite Address Immediate Requirements for Software Security Analysis and Vulnerability Identification

Nürnberg, Germany -- Responding to software development customers in the automotive,aerospace, defense, medical, industrial automation, energy, and rail transportation sectors, LDRA, the leader in standards compliance, automated software verification, source code analysis and test tools, today delivered Version 10 of the LDRA tool suite which includes proven software security functionality.

Developed to address real-world concerns such as the hacking and takeover of system controls in automobiles, medical devices, unmanned aircraft, Version 10 of the LDRA tool suite adds a new set of static and dynamic analysis capabilities that detect, analyze and help eliminate software vulnerabilities in security-critical embedded applications.

Version 10 of the LDRA tool suite includes the following new capabilities:

Enhanced in-depth static security analysis
Graphical data and control flow visualisation
Automated dynamic component-based robustness testing
In addition to the new automatic and dynamic robustness testing features, the LDRA tool suite provides a process-centric view of security with links from requirement into and throughout the development workflow. Furthermore, LDRA continues to lead the industry with its support for security standards such as CERT C, CERT C++, and CWE, enabling its customers to comply with these standards and produce high assurance and secure software.

For more information on the LDRA tool suite, visit http://www.ldra.com

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