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This report demonstrates the viability and limitations of using the Architecture Analysis and Design Language (AADL) through an extended example that allows for specifying and analyzing the security properties of an automotive electronics system.
In this report, the authors discuss how a combination of software development and quality techniques can improve software security.
In this podcast, CERT researchers Robert Ellison and Carol Woody discuss research aimed at increasing alert originators' trust in the WEA service and the public's trust in the alerts that they receive.
This document has been superseded by CMU/SEI-2003-TR-002.
In this 2010 report, the authors identify software supply chain security risks and specify evidence to gather to determine if these risks have been mitigated.
This report describes the newly revised QAW (Quality Attribute Workshop) and describes potential uses of the refined scenarios generated during it.
In this report, the authors describe the Survivability Analysis Framework, which is used to evaluate critical operational capabilities.
This report describes the QAW (Quality Attribute Workshop) approach, which is a method for evaluating a software-intensive system architecture during the acquisition phase of major programs.
In this report, the authors describe an approach to disciplined software architecture design for the related quality attributes of security and survivability.
In this report, the authors consider current practices in software supply chain analysis and suggest some foundational practices.