Building a Test and Evaluation Plan with Next-Gen Fuzzing
The Department of Defense leverages a rigorous Test and Evaluation (T&E) process to ensuring system safety, security, and resiliency throughout the development and procurement process. The framework is comprehensive, but also overwhelming, calling for multiple testing tools and techniques. One versatile and DARPA-approved testing technique aims to provide relief.
Read this guide to learn:
- Industry-agnostic, real-world case studies on the software supply chain issues T&E aims to address.
- About next-generation fuzzing, a versatile and DARPA-approved technique that addresses the majority of T&E testing requirements.
- How to get started with next-generation fuzzing.
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