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5G Cybersecurity: Are We Prepared?

June 22 2020, 09:20am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

In the coming era, people dream of having autonomous driving, smarter cities, smarter homes, and much more. But, while boasting about the advanced capabilities of 5G network with high speed, increased data rates, low latency, and ubiquitous connectivity, we should also address the potential vulnerabilities. Cybersecurity of 5G Networks is one hot-button issue that is considered a significant threat to the emerging 5G technology, and security testing will play a major role to cater the same. 


Impact of 5G Security:


5G brings along a plethora of benefits like high network speed, improved communication, and seamless connectivity to leverage IoT, and many more. Network security will become crucial with the evolution of 5G in the coming years. To strengthen the 5G security, networks will need high-level encryption, NFV (Network Function Virtualization), network slicing, and Mobile edge computer, and other advanced featured to be implemented. 


Check out the challenges of security testing in the 5G Era.

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Software Testing Metrics- The Significance Of Measuring QA

June 10 2020, 05:58am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

A software metric is a measure that lets getting a quantitative value of software specifications. The goal of assessing the software quality is to practice the conventional results for forecasting the financial plan and schedule, estimating prices, testing and QA, restoring, etc. But, the central objective is to measure quality. Tracing key metrics of the QA process helps classify where your team’s time and resources are being cast-off unproductively and optimize accordingly.  Let's have a look at certain important QA metrics that can be practiced to measure the process of software development.

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Effective Ways To Overcome User Acceptance Testing Challenges

June 14 2018, 09:44am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

Effective Ways To Face User Acceptance Testing Challenges


UAT is a condemnatory component of any Software application.  Its a  Polished way to examine the user needs and demands.  If an application is developed as per all the induced and documented business requirements, then there is only one tread left before delivering the software/application i.e. User acceptance Testing.

Once it is completed successfully, then the tester will inform the development teams about the risks and undefended gaps. If UAT is not done properly then the defects become more expensive to fix. 

Effective ways and resolutions to overcome these challenges:

Choose equitable resources: Hire a well versed professional UAT testing team with the domain expertise knowledge to perform UAT. Since the UAT team is more technical, a whole team should be assigned to perform UAT before the release of application.

Create comprehensive UAT plan: Create a customize and detailed plan as per the business requirements and follow a scenario checklist to validate if the right plan is being executed and perform preparation evaluation to verify if we have done everything right.

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Effective ways and resolutions to face User Acceptance Testing challenges

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    Helpful Ideas To Explore the Types of Requirements for Software Testing

    April 27 2018, 10:17am

    Posted by Claire Mackerras

    Software Testing Service Provider India
    Testers need to make sure that they are taking care of all types of requirements. By all types of requirements, it means direct (explicit), indirect (implicit), and latent (extra) requirements.
    Let throw some light on the types of requirements and their details:
    1. The explicit requirements noted down(Direct requirements): This kind of requirement is noted down directly from the client discussion and converted into the document of understanding. These are generally shared with the team working on the project, and the designs, wireframes and scenarios are made based on the provided details.
    2. The implicit requirements(Indirect but obvious requirements): This kind of requirement is generally not provided in the documents, but are obvious requirements expected by the client. These requirements can be related to the security of the application, performance of the application, usability of the application, and availability of the application. Say for instance, there is data to be entered for a firm using the fields ‘Employee Name’, ‘Employee ID’, etc.

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