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CERT researchers Lori Flynn and Zach Kurtz discuss ongoing research using test suites as a source of labeled training data to create classifiers for static analysis alerts.
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.
Tracy Cassidy and Carrie Gardner, researchers with the CERT National Insider Threat Center, discuss research on using technology to detect an employee’s intent to cause physical harm.
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.
Mike Konrad and Bob Stoddard discuss an approach known as causal learning that can help the Department of Defense identify which factors cause software costs to escalate and, therefore, serve as a better basis for guidance on how to intervene.
Carol Woody discusses opportunities and risks in cybersecurity engineering, software assurance, and the resulting CERT Cybersecurity Engineering and Software Assurance Professional Certificate.
Mike Phillips and Harry Levinson examine the intersection of three themes that emerged during the SEI’s work with one government program: product line practices, software sustainment, and public-private partnerships.
Jared Ettinger describes preliminary findings and best practices in cyber intelligence identified through a study sponsored by the U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
Ritwik Gupta and Carson Sestili describe deep learning, a popular and quickly growing subfield of machine learning.
Summer Fowler and Ari Lightman discuss the evolving role of the chief risk officer and a Chief Risk Officer Program that is developed and delivered jointly by CMU’s Heinz College of Information Systems and the SEI’s CERT Division.