Don Faatz and Tim Morrow, researchers with the SEI’s CERT Division, outline best practices that organizations should use to address the vulnerabilities and risks in moving applications and data to cloud services.
Tim Morrow and Donald Faatz outline the risks, threats, and vulnerabilities that organizations face when moving applications or data to the cloud.
The SEI has applied its Mission Thread Workshop (MTW) approach on a variety of system of systems (SoS) architectures in DoD organizations. This talk presents the MTW in the context of a DoD mission-critical SoS example.
This presentation describes approaches that the SEI has used with program offices to adopt software architecture and quality attribute practices in acquisition contexts.
This talk covers the family of architecture-centric methods that we have developed and used with DoD and commercial customers to clarify requirements and identify risks.
This TSP Symposium 2014 presentation describes a set of architecture best practices based on commercial and government experiences in software development.
Topics: Measurement and Analysis
This report presents four types of simulations run on the public trust model and the alert originator trust model developed for the Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) service, focusing on how to increase both alert originators' and the public's trust in WEA.
This report introduces the Mission Thread Workshop, a method for understanding architectural and engineering considerations for developing and sustaining systems of systems. It describes the three phases of the workshop and explains the steps of each.
Topics: Ultra-Large-Scale Systems
This report presents a summary of the findings of the Socio-Adaptive Systems Challenge Problem Workshop, held in Pittsburgh, PA, on April 12-13, 2012.
This presentation describes the Mission Thread Workshop (MTW) and its benefits. The three phases for conducting an MTW are explained, as well as how the MTW fits into system-of-systems architecture development and analysis.
A presentation from the ninth annual SATURN conference, held in Minneapolis, MN, April 29 - May 3, 2013.
Topics: Secure Coding
In this report, the authors provide guidance for helping DoD acquisition programs address software security in acquisitions.
A presentation from SATURN 2011 that explains lessons learned from mission thread workshops (MTW) as an early architecture development step.
Topics: Secure Coding
In this December 2009 presentation, John Bergey and Tim Morrow explore how required secure coding standards can be specified and integrated in a system acquisition.
Topics: System of Systems
This tutorial presentation describes an SoS Architecture Engagement in the context of a DoD mission-critical SoS example.
Topics: Acquisition Support
This 2006 handbook documents the QUASAR (QUality Assessment of System ARchitectures) method for assessing the quality of the architecture of a software-intensive system.
This SATURN 2005 presentation by John Bergey and Timothy Morrow of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) discusses how to integrate software architecture evaluation in a DoD system acquisition.