Author: Ross Phillips


Security Innovation in a DevOps Environment


DevOps is becoming increasingly popular with organisations accelerating the speed of developing applications and services. With this approach, security is often sidetracked which could prove costly for organisations. It doesn’t take any longer to write a line of secure code versus a line of insecure code, you just need to know the difference. Through Security Innovation‘s… Read more »



Using Klocwork with Docker


Containing Klocwork Builds with Docker There are a number of options when looking at managing Klocwork build machines for multiple environments and tool chains. The original solution involved providing each environment with dedicated hardware. Then the ability became available to host multiple operating systems concurrently on the same hardware using virtual machines. The next step… Read more »



ESE Kongress 2017 – Sindelfingen, DE – 04-08/12/17


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Emenda will be exhibiting at ESE Kongress 2017 in Sindelfingen, Germany. The Embedded Software Engineering Kongress is the only German-language convention that focuses exclusively and extensively on the manifold issues and challenges with respect to the development of device and system software for industrial applications, automotive engineering, automation, drives, measurement systems, communication systems as well… Read more »



Emenda Seminars, October 2017 – Germany


10th October 2017 – Munich 12th October 2017 – Stuttgart Optimisation of your development costs through Klocwork, Semios and EB solys We will be showcasing 3 of our solutions in the seminar: Klocwork: C/C++, Java and C# Static Analysis for Quality and Security. Semios: Automated requirements proof-reader – Detect errors in specifications. EB solys: A… Read more »



Security Innovation – Centre of Excellence (Automotive)


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Security Innovation’s six Centres of Excellence (CoE’s) serve as the nerve centre for ongoing research and knowledge dissemination on critical computing platforms, technologies, and emerging threats. They yield ongoing methodology refinement, skills progression, and custom tools development that helps us understand systemic causes that lead to vulnerable software – and fuel our innovative approaches and solutions…. Read more »



Klocwork HIS Metrics Report Tool


The Hersteller initiative Software (HIS) Source Code Metrics – or just HIS Metrics (HIS Metriken) for short – were devised by five working groups from the German automotive manufacturer’s (including Audi, BMW, DaimlerChrysler, Porsche and Volkswagen) with the goal to produce an agreed set of standards for various software development tasks within their industry. HIS Metric reports and… Read more »



Klocwork HIS Metrics Ruleset 1.3.1


The Hersteller initiative Software (HIS) Source Code Metrics – or just HIS Metrics (HIS Metriken) for short – were devised by five working groups from the German automotive manufacturer’s (including Audi, BMW, DaimlerChrysler, Porsche and Volkswagen) with the goal to produce an agreed set of standards for various software development tasks within their industry. HIS Metric reports and compliance… Read more »



Requirements Verification in Microsoft Word


So, as so often is the case, your initial project ideas and notes have morphed into a formal requirements document in Microsoft Word, and now you need to make that something concise, consistent and unambiguous, in preparation for a more formal process henceforth. Requirements verification is what you need, and Semios can help! Semios installs… Read more »



Klocwork AUTOSAR C++14 Taxonomy Released


Developed by Emenda, the Klocwork AUTOSAR C++14 Taxonomy allows for the checking and reporting of violations to the AUTOSAR C++14 coding standard. Released in March 2017.  The document from AUTOSAR provides guidelines for the use of the C++14 language in critical and safety-related systems. For further details or to to request a copy of the taxonomy,… Read more »



Klocwork AUTOSAR C++14 Taxonomy


Developed by Emenda, the Klocwork AUTOSAR C++14 Taxonomy allows for the checking and reporting of violations to the AUTOSAR C++14 coding standard. Released in March 2017, the document from AUTOSAR provides guidelines for the use of the C++14 language in critical and safety-related systems. To request a copy of the taxonomy, please fill out the contact… Read more »