The Software Assurance Metrics and Tool Evaluation (SAMATE) is a project developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology to allow for better methods to be developed and deployed for software assurance.
The project has specific goals to develop a methodology to assess assurance tools for software development, which will be achieved through the use of specified tools with robust plans for tests and data sets for those tests. The idea is that SAMATE will then inform developers of assurance tools so that they can improve on their offerings. In the same breath, it will also allow users of assurance tools to make choices that are better informed.
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