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Rogue Wave Addresses Hacks, Quacks, and Wrecks at Embedded World Conference

BOULDER, CO -- (Marketwired) -- 02/18/15 -- Rogue Wave Software will participate in the world's largest embedded software event, Embedded World Exhibition & Conference 2015, where it will showcase the latest software security solutions and how all organizations need to protect against security hacks, quality quacks, and safety wrecks.

From connected cars to credit card machines to multimillion dollar medical machines, embedded software is virtually everywhere. This interconnection between hardware and software, coined the Internet of Things (IoT), makes security of the embedded code that controls the products critical. In fact, there are many examples of seemingly small code defects that triggered security failures and led to monumental problems, particularly in the financial services and automotive spaces.

"With the IoT, embedded software is becoming the foundation of everything," says Rod Cope, CTO of Rogue Wave. "Manufacturers across industries need to recognize that they are not only supplying products, they are now cyber security managers as well, and development teams are ultimately responsible for ensuring the security of the code that powers their applications, products, and devices."

Attendees at Embedded World will learn how Rogue Wave supports the quickly growing need for software security across their entire software supply chain.

  • Prevent critical code defects by allowing developers to find potential vulnerabilities on-the-fly, as code is being written and before it ends up in the final code with Klocwork.
  • Safely leverage the benefits of open source code with support, scanning, provisioning, and governance solutions that mitigate open source risk with OpenLogic.
  • Simplify and shorten the process of developing, debugging, and optimizing complex applications with TotalView, an intuitive debugger for large software applications.

Upcoming releases of Rogue Wave products feature support for the latest advancements in software development methods and technology. Smart development teams today look for products with continuous integration (CI) capabilities, a process that allows distributed development teams to integrate their code on a regular basis and mitigate the waste of unnecessary development cycles. The Rogue Wave booth at Embedded World will highlight CI in its upcoming release of Klocwork static code analysis.

Visit Rogue Wave at booth 4-139 in Nuremburg, Germany during exhibit hours February 24-26 to take part in live presentations, or see how easy creating secure code is by playing the new Klocwork TryIt! game.

Event attendees and anyone who wants to learn more about the best way to deliver secure software faster can register for a free webinar.

About Rogue Wave Software

Rogue Wave provides software development tools for mission-critical applications. Our trusted solutions address the growing complexity of building great software and accelerates the value gained from code across the enterprise. The Rogue Wave portfolio of complementary, cross-platform tools helps developers quickly build applications for strategic software initiatives. With Rogue Wave, customers improve software quality and ensure code integrity, while shortening development cycle times.

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