Joint NIST SBA Combinatorial Testing Research Achievements featured in Security Now Podcast

Episode 712 @ 41:53 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lB_FoFZot50&t=2513) of “Security Now” podcast by Steve Gibson and Leo Laporte featured the recent joint research achievements of NIST and SBA Research on Combinatorial Testing (CT), which have been officially been announced at https://www.sba-research.org/2019/05/02/combinatorial-testing-methods-can-increase-confidence-in-high-risk-software/

Steve highlights the recently achieved results not only as a result of NIST long-term investment into CT, but also specifically points to SBA Research having been the major contributor by having developed the algorithmic primitives upon which these results were achieved.

Steve continues to comment on combinatorial testing and its connection to fuzzing and also acknowledges our software testing research efforts; and while we don’t agree a 100% on the technical details of his presentation, we are very happy and honored to be featured in his podcast.

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