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This research helps organizations to build security into the early stages of the production and acquisition lifecycles, including privacy.
This research is a risk-based approach for measuring and monitoring the security characteristics of interactively complex, software-reliant systems.
This collection describes SQUARE, a process that helps organizations build security into the early stages of the production lifecycle.
This research focuses on methods for analyzing security-related design weaknesses that cannot be corrected easily during operations.
SQUARE helps organizations build security, including privacy, into the early stages of the production lifecycle.
In this report, the authors discuss the Software Assurance Framework (SAF), a collection of cybersecurity practices that programs can apply across the acquisition lifecycle and supply chain.
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.
We integrate two established modeling methods from disparate fields: mechanisms from the philosophy of science literature and intrusion kill chain modeling from the computer security literature.
In this article, the authors discuss how model-based engineering (MBE) offers a means to design, develop, analyze, and maintain a complex system architecture.
This brochure describes Security Engineering Risk Analysis (SERA), its purpose and benefits.