Klocwork Event & WEBINAR

The Key to Continuous Compliance for Medical Device Software Developers

Risk is not an option in medical device software development. So, you need to mitigate time-to-market, FDA, and security risks. Or you could be facing a costly recall or software update.

Modern software developers use continuous testing to detect these defects and resolve them faster. This reduces risk, improves developer productivity, and lowers product development costs.

Similarly, medical device software developers can use static analysis for continuous compliance. This reduces security defects, improves workflows, and accelerates time-to-market.

In this webinar, you’ll learn how to use static analysis to:

  • Ensure continuous compliance with industry standards and regulatory requirements.
  • Improve security for increasingly connected medical devices.
  • Enforce corporate and industry coding rules and best practices.
  • You’ll also learn why the Klocwork static analysis solution is ideal for medical device developers.

5 ways to accelerate standards compliance with static code analysis

It's 2017 and if you're still trying to get the most out of your automated testing, this webinar presents the myths, facts, and five best practices to squeeze as much as you can out of tools available today. Focusing on static code analysis (SCA) as the tool to help verify security, code quality, and standards compliance requirements, this webinar explains the myths around SCA, why the technology works, and how to integrate it into your DevOps and continuous integration environments to get epic-level results across multiple builds a day.

This webinar covers:

  • Achievable depth and coverage with SCA
  • Best practices for mission-critical systems
  • Gains realized through effective, automated code analysis

Static analysis works for mission-critical systems, why not yours?

Take a deep dive into the world of static code analysis (SCA) by immersing yourself into different analysis techniques, examples of the problems they find, and learning how SCA fits into various types of environments, from the developer desktop to the QA team. 

The goal is to provide a solid foundation for you to make the best decision for testing technology and process selection, including:

  • Types of defects found by SCA
  • Typical myths and barriers to adoption
  • How SCA aligns to different testing maturity levels

What if you could eliminate the hidden costs of development?

This final episode takes what you have learned about testing and static code analysis to uncover the hidden costs of development that we all know about, but rarely confront. Error-prone tasks, lack of actionable data, waiting for resources, and unaccounted “bug fix crowdsourcing” are just a few of the sources for latency in software projects.

Understand how to eliminate these costs by learning: 

  • How your peers are doing via industry research
  • Examples of each type of hidden cost
  • What you can do to get ahead

5 Ways to Optimize Developer Output with Automated Code Analysis

It's 2017 and if you're still trying to get the most out of your automated testing, this webinar presents the myths, facts, and five best practices to squeeze as much as you can out of tools available today.

Focusing on static code analysis (SCA) as the tool to help verify security, code quality, and standards compliance requirements, this webinar explains the myths around SCA, why the technology works, and how to integrate it into your DevOps and continuous integration environments to get epic-level results across multiple builds a day.

This webinar covers:

  • Achievable depth and coverage with SCA
  • Best practices for mission-critical systems
  • Gains realized through effective, automated code analysis

The Key to Continuous Compliance for Medical Device Software Developers

Risk is not an option in medical device software development. So, you need to mitigate time-to-market, FDA, and security risks. Or you could be facing a costly recall or software update.

Modern software developers use continuous testing to detect these defects and resolve them faster. This reduces risk, improves developer productivity, and lowers product development costs.

Similarly, medical device software developers can use static analysis for continuous compliance. This reduces security defects, improves workflows, and accelerates time-to-market.

In this webinar, you’ll learn how to use static analysis to:

  • Ensure continuous compliance with industry standards and regulatory requirements.
  • Improve security for increasingly connected medical devices.
  • Enforce corporate and industry coding rules and best practices.
  • You’ll also learn why the Klocwork static analysis solution is ideal for medical device developers.

What makes Klocwork different?

Functional Safety Standards Supported By Klocwork

Klocwork SCA can be used to achieve industry functional safety standards and certification.

  • IEC 61508 (general industry, defense).
  • ISO 26262 (automotive).
  • EN 50128 (railways).
  • IEC 62304 (medical).
  • DO-178B/C (aerospace).


Certified for ISO, IEC, and EN Compliance

Klocwork is independently certified for compliance.


TÜV-SÜD Certified

Klocwork is TÜV-SÜD certified for compliance with functional safety standards:

  • IEC 61508 (general industry).
  • ISO 26262 (automotive).
  • EN 50128 (railways).