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Presentation | September 2016 - Presentation Unleashing Your Inner Code Warrior By Mary Ann Davidson (Oracle)

This keynote presentation was given at the 2016 Secure Coding Symposium, where attendees discussed challenges in secure coding and software assurance.

Webinar | November 2016 - Webinar From Secure Coding to Secure Software By Mark Sherman, Robert Schiela

In this webinar, we discussed how you can improve your organization's secure coding capabilities.

Brochure | December 2016 - Brochure Fall 2016 Edition of the Secure Coding Newsletter

The team discusses changes it plans to make to accounts on the Secure Coding wiki and announces news related to SEI CERT Standard publications.

Collection | March 2017 - Collection SEI CERT C and C++ Coding Standards

The CERT Secure Coding Team describes the root causes of common software vulnerabilities, how they can be exploited, the potential consequences, and secure alternatives.

Collection | September 2016 - Collection 2016 Secure Coding Symposium Collection

These presentations were given at the 2016 Secure Coding Symposium, where attendees discussed challenges in secure coding and software assurance.

Collection | August 2016 - Collection CERT Secure Coding Books

The following books were published as part of the Secure Coding work conducted in the CERT Division of the SEI.

Webinar | July 2016 - Webinar Secure Coding Best Practices By Robert Schiela

Learn why secure coding practices are important to reduce common programming errors that lead to vulnerabilities.

Presentation | October 2017 - Presentation Inference of Memory Bounds By William Klieber

Presentation on research to develop an algorithm to automatically infer the bounds of memory regions

Presentation | October 2017 - Presentation Obsidian - A Safer Blockchain Programming Language By Eliezer Kanal, Michael Coblenz (Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science)

Presentation on research by CMU and SEI to develop a novel programming language for secure blockchain software development

Brochure | September 2016 - Brochure Summer 2016 Edition of the Secure Coding Newsletter

The team discusses its activities, including its new certificate for Java and the upcoming Secure Coding symposium.

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