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In this podcast, Nancy Mead discusses how, with support from the Department of Homeland Security, SEI researchers developed software assurance curricula and programs for graduate, undergraduate, and community colleges.
In 2012, SEI researchers began investigating vulnerabilities reported to the SEI's CERT Division. A research project was launched to investigate design-related vulnerabilities and quantify their effects.
In this podcast, Rick Kazman discusses these challenges and a solution he has developed for achieving system security qualities through use of patterns.
In this podcast, Charles Weinstock introduces assurance cases and how they can be used to assure safety, security, and reliability.
In this podcast, the authors discuss how a combination of software development and quality techniques can improve software security.
In this podcast, Peter Feiler describes a textual requirement specification language for the Architecture Analysis & Design Language (AADL) called ReqSpec.
In this podcast, Bill Scherlis discusses the development of the strategic plan of the SEI to advance the practice of software engineering for the DoD.
In this podcast, Kate Ambrose Sereno and Naomi Anderson discuss research aimed at developing adoptable, evidence-based, data-driven approaches to evaluating (open source) software.
In this podcast, Robert Charette suggests when to examine responsibilities when developing software with known, preventable errors.
In this podcast, Pravir Chandra warns that CISOs must leave no room for doubt that they understand what is expected of them when developing secure software.