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In this podcast, Dr. Neil Ernst discusses the findings of a recent field study to assess the state of the practice and current thinking regarding technical debt and guide the development of a technical debt timeline.
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.
AADL provides a framework for analyzing system designs and supports architecture-centric, model-based development through the system lifecycle.
The case study shows that by combining an analytical approach with confidence maps, we can present a structured argument that system requirements have been met and problems in the design have been addressed adequately.
In this podcast, the authors discuss how a combination of software development and quality techniques can improve software security.
In this podcast, Mike Gagliardi introduces the Mission Thread Workshop, a method for understanding architectural and engineering considerations for developing and sustaining systems of systems.
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.