CDRH Software Forensics Lab: Applying Rocket Science To Device Analysis
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
CDRH's recently upgraded "software forensics lab" marks a substantial financial and time investment by the center to get at the root cause of the most troubling postmarket device software failures, but the agency hopes manufacturers will pick up the tab in the future to prevent dangerous anomalies before their products hit the market
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