Directions in Secure Software Development

Rod Chapman, Altran Praxis, gave this talk at the recent SPARK User Group. This talk reflected on our experiences with building secure systems with SPARK and other formal methods, including the lessons learned from the MULTOS CA, Tokeneer and SPARKSkein projects, and the relationship between safety- and security-critical development. In recent years, there has been a huge resurgence in interest in static analysis of software, largely driven by the perception of “security vulnerabilities” in both specific systems and programming languages in general. This talk also considered the trends emerging in this market, both good and bad, and proposed one view of what the future might hold for secure systems development.

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