The SEI helps advance software engineering principles and practices and serves as a national resource in software engineering, computer security, and process improvement. The SEI works closely with defense and government organizations, industry, and academia to continually improve software-intensive systems. Its core purpose is to help organizations improve their software engineering capabilities and develop or acquire the right software, defect free, within budget and on time, every time.
Coordinated Vulnerability DisclosureJuly 2016 - WebinarLearn how to develop a vulnerability coordination capability, which helps you respond to vulnerabilities and demonstrates that you are serious about fixing them.
Continuous Integration (Secure DevOps)July 2016 - WebinarLearn how to better identify process improvements at your organization through new perspectives on secure software development and delivery.
Context Enabled ComputingMarch 2016 - WebinarIn this webinar, we covered a wide variety of research activities associated with our efforts to better leverage context for information delivery and sensor tasking.
Intelligence Preparation for Operational ResilienceMarch 2016 - WebinarThis webinar proposed the Intelligence Preparation for Operational Resilience (IPOR) framework to create a model for structured analysis of your intelligence needs and a way to operationalize threat intelligence once you have received it.
DevOps SecurityJanuary 2016 - WebinarIn this presentation, Tim Palko and Chris Taschner explore some of the security-related topics and expectations that can be addressed when planning and changing your process to accommodate DevOps practices.
A Taxonomy of Testing TypesJanuary 2016 - WebinarWatch Donald Firesmith discuss a taxonomy of testing types, thereby clarifying the grand scope of testing and enabling the attendee to better select the appropriate types of testing to for their specific needs.
What DevOps Is Not!June 2015 - WebinarIn this webinar, we'll talk about DevOps, its common misconceptions and roadblocks, and how you can use DevOps to help your organization reach new heights of efficiency and productivity.