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This research is a risk-based approach for measuring and monitoring the security characteristics of interactively complex, software-reliant systems.
As a result of our research, we have made available a number of reports, blog posts, podcasts, and webinars about how organizations can measure their resilience.
In this report, the authors present the concepts of a risk-based approach to software security measurement and analysis and describe the IMAF and MRD.
In this presentation, the authors describe work being performed by the SEI in the area of security measurement and analysis.
This report describes a test of an algorithm for estimating the complexity of a safety argument.
In this report, the authors address how to measure software security in complex environments using the Integrated Measurement and Analysis Framework (IMAF).
This 2010 report is a guidebook for conducting a Measurement and Analysis Infrastructure Diagnostic (MAID) evaluation.
This report describes results from two recent surveys conducted by the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) to collect information about the measurement and analysis activities of software systems development organizations.
This report contains results from a survey of high maturity organizations conducted by the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) in 2008. The questions center on the use of process performance modeling in those organizations and the value added by that use.
Requirements documents, test procedures, and problem and change reports from a U. S. Army Software Engineering Center (SEC) were analyzed to identify, clarify, and begin categorizing recurring patterns of issues raised throughout the product life cycle.