How to Validate DO-326A Airworthiness Security Requirements

Presented by

Arthur Hicken, Chief Evangelist & Ricardo Camaho, Sr. Technical Marketing Manager

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RTCA DO-326A, Airworthiness Security Process Specification, is the industry standard for cybersecurity in aircrafts. The standard gives guidance for assessing security risks during the development process. The airworthiness security process starts with requirements and adherence to those requirements throughout the entire SDLC, and ultimately ensures compliance through verification and validation methods. Methods like building a requirements traceability matrix help identify any security gaps and vulnerabilities in design, architecture, and implementation. Testing technologies like static analysis, unit testing, code coverage, and code reviews, ensure that security requirements are being satisfied and contribute to the evaluation of security effectiveness and risk. Learn how to: • Apply safety requirements management methods for security. • Shift left security testing (SAST, DAST). • Integrate DevSecOps into your development workflow
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