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DevSecOps in Robotics

@article{Vilches2020DevSecOpsIR,
  title={DevSecOps in Robotics},
  author={V{\'i}ctor Mayoral Vilches and Nuria Garc'ia-Maestro and McKenna Towers and Endika Gil-Uriarte},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2003.10402}
}
Quality in software is often understood as "execution according to design purpose" whereas security means that "software will not put data or computing systems at risk of unauthorized access." There seems to be a connection between these two aspects but, how do we integrate both of them in the robotics development cycle? In this article we introduce DevSecOps in Robotics, a set of best practices designed to help roboticists implant security deep in the heart of their development and operations… 

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