The SEI Digital Library provides access to more than 5,000 documents from three decades of research into best practices in software engineering. These documents include technical reports, presentations, webinars, podcasts and other materials searchable by user-supplied keywords and organized by topic, publication type, publication year, and author.
In this webcast, panelists discuss potential enablers of and barriers to using modern software development techniques and processes in the DoD or similar segregated environments.
This SEI Cyber Talk episode provides an overview of how DNS and network traffic work and how adversaries use DNS hijacking to steal sensitive information.
In this SEI Podcast, which highlights the work of Women in Software and Cybersecurity, Eileen Wrubel, co-lead of the SEI’s Agile/DevOps Transformation directorate, discusses her career journey.
In this SEI Cyber Talk, Emerging Technology Center interns Dominick Gurnari and Sandra Sajeev discuss what it’s like to intern at the SEI, a DoD federally funded research and development center.
Describes how an organization can leverage the results of a Cyber Resilience Review to create a Targeted Improvement Plan for its service continuity management.
Rod Nord and Ipek Ozkaya discuss the SEI's current work in technical debt including the development of analysis techniques to help software engineers and decision makers manage the effect of technical debt on their software projects.
Grace Lewis discusses her career journey, which led to her leading Tactical Edge Computing at the SEI. This podcast is the latest installment in our Women in Software and Cybersecurity podcast series.
The architect’s role continues to evolve; in this webcast we revisited the question in the context of today’s role and responsibilities.
Throughout this talk, our team of researchers and engineers discuss the solutions we developed to help achieve a new level of realism in simulated cyber environments.