In this 60-minute webinar, Jeff Luszcz, Vice President of Product Management at Flexera and Ross Phillips, Field Operations Manager at Emenda, walks through some of the automotive industry’s most common safety certifications, how they are applied and certified, and how the use of Open Source Software (OSS) enables specific processes and potential outcomes.
The impact of OSS on software and physical supply chains is discussed, as well as common tasks involved with the discovery, management, testing, and disclosure of OSS components. Speakers specifically highlighted standards such as MISRA (Motor Industry Software Reliability Association), ISO 26262 and others, as well as how processes and tooling can help to reduce the negative consequences of third party software usage on certification efforts.
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As head of the professional services team, Ross has worked with Emenda's largest customers across Europe, and further afield, for the past 7 years, and at all levels within the Automotive industry supply chain. Projects have generally revolved around embedded software development process and productivity enhancement (DevOps), and security critical development (DevSecOps). In the Automotive space these projects have also had additional requirements enforced through the ISO 26262 standard where productions need to be delivered, documented and compliant with that industry specific standard, and free from vulnerabilities.
Jeff Luszcz is a Vice President of Product Management at Flexera, the leading provider of next-generation software licensing, compliance, security and installation solutions for application producers and enterprises. Prior to Flexera, Jeff was the Founder and CTO of Palamida, a leading provider of open source discovery and vulnerability management tools. He has helped hundreds of software companies understand how to best use open source while complying with their license obligations and keeping on top of security issues.