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Palma Buttles-Valdez
December 2016 - Technical Report The Critical Role of Positive Incentives for Reducing Insider Threats

Topics: Insider Threat

Authors: Andrew P. Moore, Jeff Savinda, Elizabeth A. Monaco, Jamie L. Moyes, Denise M. Rousseau (Carnegie Mellon University), Samuel J. Perl, Jennifer Cowley, Matthew L. Collins, Tracy Cassidy, Nathan VanHoudnos, Palma Buttles-Valdez, Daniel Bauer, Allison Parshall

This report describes how positive incentives complement traditional practices to provide a better balance for organizations’ insider threat programs.

April 2014 - Technical Report International Implementation of Best Practices for Mitigating Insider Threat: Analyses for India and Germany

Topics: Insider Threat

Authors: Lori Flynn, Carly L. Huth, Palma Buttles-Valdez, Michael C. Theis, George Silowash, Tracy Cassidy, Travis Wright (Carnegie Mellon University, Master of Science in Information Security Policy and Management Program), Randall F. Trzeciak

This report analyzes insider threat mitigation in India and Germany, using the new framework for international cybersecurity analysis described in the paper titled “Best Practices Against Insider Threats in All Nations.”

August 2013 - Technical Note Best Practices Against Insider Threats in All Nations

Topics: Insider Threat

Authors: Lori Flynn, Carly L. Huth, Randall F. Trzeciak, Palma Buttles-Valdez

In this report, the authors summarize best practices for mitigating insider threats in international contexts.

October 2012 - Conference Paper Best Practices Against Insider Threats in All Nations

Topics: Insider Threat

Authors: Lori Flynn, Carly L. Huth, Randall F. Trzeciak, Palma Buttles-Valdez

In this paper, the authors summarize best practices for mitigating insider threats in international contexts.

January 2011 - Webinar What’s Happening at SEPG North America 2011: A Portland Preview

Authors: Palma Buttles-Valdez, Gian Weymss

This webinar introduces participants to the keynote speakers, technical tracks, and technical track chairs that make up the SEPG North America 2011.

October 2010 - Webinar Improving Customer Satisfaction: A People CMM Perspective

Topics: People CMM, Process Improvement

Authors: Deen Blash, Palma Buttles-Valdez, Shane McGraw

This webinar explores how the People Capability Maturity Model (People CMM) can improve workforce practices that contribute to improved customer service delivery.

March 2010 - Presentation ASAP: Applying Services (CMMI-SVC) and People CMM

Topics: CMMI

Authors: Palma Buttles-Valdez, Agapi Svolou

Agapi Svolou and Palma Buttles describe how the combined use of People CMM and CMMI for Services can help develop competitive advantages in the services marketplace.

November 2009 - Webinar How to Use the People CMM to Create Effective Managers

Topics: CMMI, People CMM, Process Improvement

Authors: Palma Buttles-Valdez, Gian Wemyss

This presentation focuses on teaching managers how they can use maturity level 2 practices of the P-CMM to build workforce capacity in an organization.

July 2008 - Webinar Workforce Issues of the 21st Century, The People CMM to the Rescue

Topics: CMMI, Process Improvement

Authors: Palma Buttles-Valdez, Gian Weymss

In this 2008 presentation, Palma Buttles-Valdez discusses workforce issues that organizations are currently experiencing and how these issues can affect performance and retention.

March 2008 - Presentation A Holistic Approach to Process Improvement Using the People CMM and the CMMI-DEV: Technology, Process, People, and Culture, the Holistic Quadripartite

Topics: CMMI

Authors: Palma Buttles-Valdez, Agapi Svolou, Fred Valdez (University of Texas at Austin)

This presentation examines the role that organization culture plays in the "process triangle" of people, process, and technology.