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The Survivability and Information Assurance (SIA) Curriculum is designed to teach experienced system administrators about security as well as a means for integrating security into their routine tasks.
This document highlights the foundations of the SIA Curriculum.
The overview provides information about the hardware and the software required for the lab in general and for each specific course. Other topics include configuration management, user identity and privileges, and Internet connectivity.
In this paper, the authors describe a Security Information and Event Management signature for detecting possible malicious insider activity.
This 2006 report describes SEI and CERT Program efforts to increase the capacity of institutions of higher education to offer IA and IS courses.
In this report, Carol Sledge describes work to increase the capacity of educational institutions to offer and expand IA and IS topics and courses.
Discussion of new technologies
This presentation was given at the Qatar Information Security Forum, 24 February 2008.
Requirements-driven security and business continuity are key contributors to operational resiliency according to a recently published report by the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute CERT Program.
The Department of Homeland Security and Carnegie Mellon® Software Engineering Institute (SEI) launched a secure, web-based software assurance portal called Build Security In (BSI).