Jon Hagar

Jon Hagar is a senior systems-software engineer and testing consultant supporting software product integrity, verification, and validation with a specialization in mobile and embedded software systems. Jon is the lead editor/author on ISO 29119 Software Testing series of Standards, co-chair of the OMG UML Test Profile Standard model based test standard, and contributor to IEEE 1012 verification and validation plans.

Phone: 303-903-5536



List of CrossTalk articles:

Testing in O&M: Software Does Not Wear Out, It Degrades (Jul/Aug 2017)

Abstract. Software verification and validation remain active during software-system evolution in operations and management. There are actions in test planning and risk analysis that need to take place. This article briefly defines verification, validation and testing. It also outlines testing activities during operations and management, including integrity and risk assessment, ...

Mobile and Embedded Security Mitigations for Counterfeit Threats and Software Vulnerabilities (Nov/Dec 2015)

Abstract. Mobile and embedded software teams, users and stakeholders have historically underestimated the risk of security threats. As a result, vulnerabilities that can be exploited by hackers to gain access to mobile and embedded software devices are on the rise and will only continue unless the programming and testing staff ...