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In this podcast, Joseph P. Elm analyzes differences in systems-engineering activities for defense and non-defense projects and finds differences in both deployment and effectiveness.
In this podcast episode, Jim McCurley and Robert Stoddard discuss a new method developed by the SEI's Software Engineering Measurement and Analysis (SEMA) team, Quantifying Uncertainty in Early Lifecycle Cost Estimation (QUELCE).
In this episode, Dave Zubrow discusses the importance of data quality and research that his team is undertaking in this area.
This podcast summarizes the inaugural Measuring What Matters Workshop conducted in November 2014, and the team's experiences planning and executing the workshop, and identifying improvements for future offerings.
In this podcast, Julia Allen explains that measures of operational resilience should answer key questions, inform decisions, and affect behavior.
In this podcast, Julia Allen explains how ROI is a useful tool because it enables comparison among investments in a consistent way.
Well-defined metrics are essential to determine which security practices are worth the investment.
In this podcast, Betsy Nichols explains that reporting meaningful security metrics depends on topic selection, context definition, and data access.
In this podcast, Betsy Nichols describes how benchmark results can be used to help determine how much security is enough.
In this podcast, Samuel Merrell explains that a sound security metrics program should select data relevant to consumers from repeatable processes.