Assessing the quality of source code is a computer discipline often applied at Harbor Labs in support of investigations into the performance of a target set of software. These assessments are intended to prove or disprove an assertion that the software in question was developed using generally accepted coding principles and was error free, and that its intended performance was affected as a result.
Code Quality Assessments
Understand the techniques and strategies necessary to assess the quality of the coding principles used to produce a target set of source code.
Guidelines for Source Code Comparison in Litigation
Harbor Labs Director of Firmware Security Dr. Paul Martin describes the strategies, tools, and methodologies used at Harbor Labs when performing source code comparisons in support of litigation consulting and investigation engagements.
Why FDA Rejects the Cybersecurity Content of Regulatory Submissions
Harbor Labs Chief Scientist Dr. Avi Rubin identifies some of the most common reasons why the FDA rejects the cybersecurity content of regulatory submissions.
Regulatory Science Meets Cyber Science; Why It’s So Much More than a Pen Test
HarborLabs CEO Nick Yuran distinguishes cybersecurity from cyberscience, and explains why understanding the shared scientific disciplines of regulators and security professionals are important in achieving positive regulatory outcomes.