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Rob Cunningham discusses the promise of Quantum Computing and highlights some of the remaining scientific and engineering challenges.
Dr. Paul Nielsen discusses his involvement on a Defense Science Board Task Force that concluded that the software factory should be a key player in the acquisition and sustainment of software for defense.
Ritwik Gupta and Carson Sestili describe deep learning, a popular and quickly growing subfield of machine learning.
In this first webcast in a two-part series, April Galyardt and Carson Sestili described what metadata is and what information can be gleaned from it.
This paper explores low cost technical solutions that can help organizations prevent, detect, and respond to insider incidents.
This paper discusses twelve threat modeling methods from a variety of sources that target different parts of the development process.
The team announces job openings and discusses its activities, including the release of SCALe on GitHub.
In this podcast, the panel discusses technical innovations that can be applied to the Department of Defense including improved situational awareness, human-machine interactions, artificial intelligence, machine learning, data, and continuous integration.
Tim Shimeall and Timur Snoke, researchers in the SEI’s CERT Division, examine the role of the network traffic analyst in capturing and evaluating ever-increasing volumes of network data.
Watch SuZ Miller in this SEI Cyber Minute as she discusses Interruption Costs in the development process.