The SEI Digital Library provides access to more than 3,500 documents from three decades of research into best practices in software engineering. These documents include technical reports, presentations, webinars, podcasts and other materials searchable by user-supplied keywords and organized by topic, publication type, publication year, and author.
In this presentation, Jan proposes three techniques to generate NetFlow/IPFIX records that mimic the traffic of a real user.
In this presentation, Grant outlines an approach that increases the insight that network flows can provide.
In this talk, Kiri proposes tailoring existing role-mining techniques to enterprise networks where the network graph is derived from NetFlow data captured by the enterprise.
In this presentation, Tim explores a formalized architecture utilizing Apache Spark to address data storage challenges.
In this talk, John presents the results of experiments using a modest data set comprising on the order of a billion flow records.
In this podcast, Jim Cebula and David White discuss cyber insurance and its potential role in reducing operational and cybersecurity risk.
In this podcast, Grace Lewis discusses five approaches that her team developed and tested for using tactical cloudlets as a strategy for providing infrastructure to support computation offload and data staging at the tactical edge.
In this podcast, Eileen Wrubel and Suzanne Miller discuss issues with Agile software teams engaging systems engineering functions in developing and acquiring software-reliant systems.
This webinar will explain the component used in RPN and how it can help a program select between competing defects to best utilize constrained resources to help lower overall system risk.
In this webinar, John Haller and Matthew Butkovic of the CERT Division of the Software Engineering Institute will discuss real-world incidents, including recent industrial control system attacks and incidents affecting Department of Defense capabilities.
This webinar introduces the Architecture Analysis and Design Language (AADL), the architecture modeling language used to specify safety-critical systems. We show its use in the Open Source AADL Tool Environment (OSATE).