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Quality Assurance in software development, and its role in cybersecurity. Quality Assurance ensures accountability, traceability, safety and reliability. Difference between QA and QC, and between functions that are QA and those that are Test. Will also address questions about QA, or the difference between QA and QC, and about Phillip Crosby's thoughts on the subject.
Developing safe and reliable software for safety-critical applications in regulated and non-regulated industries.
Former member of RTCA, Inc. Member of RTCA Special Committees 135 and 167. (The latter wrote "Certification Guidelines for Software Development, RTCA/DO-178B). (SC-135 wrote, "Environmental Test Procedures for Airborne Equipment, RTCA/DO-160C). For SC-167/DO-178B, was a member of Working Group IV (Verification and Validation Test), and Working Group V (Configuration Management and Quality Assurance).
Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) United States Coast Guard Auxiliary (USCG Auxiliary) Software Engineering Institute (SEI) (ISC)2 ACM
RTCA/DO-178B, "Software Considerations in Airborne Systems and Equipment Certification", (member of SC-167), RTCA/DO-160C, "Environmental Conditions and Test Procedures for Airborne Equipment", (member of SC-135) Student Doctor Magazine EE Times
Master of Public Health (Epidemiology and Biostatistics) Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (Computer Engineering Option) FEMA (ICS-100, -200, -210, -700, 800) United States Coast Guard Defense Information Systems Agency United States Coast Guard Auxiliary Crosby Quality Workgroup Facilitator Trainer Crosby Quality Education System Wisconsin University