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What Is UL 2900?

UL 2900 is a set of standards to define general software cybersecurity requirements for network-connected products, which aim to minimize risks through creation of testable criteria for assessing software vulnerabilities and weaknesses in embedded products and systems.

Related terms: coding standards, CWE, OWASP, security testing, static analysis

UL 2900: Examples in Context

A manufacturer of IoT devices seeks UL 2900 certification to demonstrate the security and resilience of their products against cyber threats, increasing consumer trust.

A cybersecurity consultant assesses a healthcare organization’s network infrastructure using the UL 2900 standard to identify vulnerabilities and recommend security improvements.

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