Mobile and Embedded Device Testing Techniques – Jon Hagar Shares Set of Software Attacks

Join us on  9/26/13 at  11am-12pm (EST) for a  Webinar with Jon Hagar author of

“Software Test Attacks to Break Mobile and Embedded Devices”

Jon shares a set of attacks against embedded software based on common modes of failure that embedded device testers can direct against their software to improve testing.

With many embedded devices, there are safety and health factors involved, so there is a reduced tolerance for software errors and in today’s world these devices are everywhere.

This attack approach can be applied to both mobile and embedded software devices.

Attendees will hear Jon’s advice on:JonHagar

  • Risk based concepts
  • Exploratory approaches
  • Attacking the scenario(s)
  • Mobile and embedded tester skills

Jon Hagar is an industry expert and the owner of Grand Software Testing, a company specializing in software test consulting and training for mobile and embedded systems. Jon has been working with embedded software testing for more than 30 years, primarily in the aerospace industry as well as the automotive and medical industries. Jon travels and teaches software and systems testing for conferences and private tutorials. He is sought by various government agencies and private industry for advice and direction on testing embedded and handheld software.

Check out Jon’s new book, “Software Test Attacks to Break Mobile and Embedded Devices”, published September 2013. (

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