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January Software Roundup

In this software roundup, we learn that Maryland and Pennsylvania are using software to prevent murders, new software shown at the Consumer Electronics Show underwhelmed some prominent tech pundits, and the Department of Homeland Security recommended disabling Java for a security exploit.

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Jonathan Vanian
The Life and Death Testing of Medical Devices

It is a huge responsibility to ensure that the medical devices people rely on for their lives and health get tested thoroughly. Medical device testing is really about embedded testing and requires a different and more rigorous approach to testing than your normal web application.

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Brendan Quinn
The Future of Software Security Testing

Hackers have been defacing websites, spreading malicious apps, and breaching web and mobile security. In their struggle to keep pace with hackers, security testers are going to need to expand their field of scope to include non-traditional devices—namely, implantable medical devices and cars.

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Jamie Saine