Showing 1 - 10 of 951 results for the Type - Podcast
In this podcast, James Edmondson and Sagar Chaki describe an architecture and approach to engineering high-assurance software for Distributed Adaptive Real-Time (DART) systems.
Researchers in the SEI's CERT Division recently examined the security of a large swath of technology domains being developed in industry and maturing over the next five years.
In this podcast, Ipek Ozkaya talks about managing technical debt as a core software engineering practice and its importance in the education of future software engineers.
In this podcast, Mark Langston discusses best practices for designing a secure, reliable DNS infrastructure.
This podcast explores three roles and three failure patterns of software architects that he has observed working with industry and government software projects.
In this podcast, Julien Delange discusses security modeling tools that his team developed and how to use them to capture vulnerabilities and their propagation path in an architecture.
In this podcast, CERT researcher Rachel Kartch provides an overview of DDoS attacks and best practices for mitigating and responding to them.
In this podcast Nancy Mead and Carol Woody discuss their new book, Cyber Security Engineering: A Practical Approach for Systems and Software Assurance, which introduces a set of seven principles for software assurance.
In this podcast, Andrew Mellinger, a senior software developer in the SEI's Emerging Technology Center discusses work to develop a platform to organize dynamic defenses.
In this podcast, Jared Ettinger of the SEI‰s Emerging Technology Center (ETC) talks about the ETC‰s work in cyber intelligence as well as the Cyber Intelligence Research Consortium.