Automobiles are often referred to as “computers on wheels” with newer models containing more than 100 million lines of code. This blog post highlights work by CERT researchers to make connected vehicles more secure.
Internet of Things among a host of topics examined by thought leaders from academic research institutions and real-world industry.
Recent research has demonstrated that in large-scale software systems, bugs seldom exist in isolation and are often architecturally connected.
CERT researchers identified 10 at-risk domains that not only impacted cybersecurity, but finance, personal health, and safety, as well.
New program moves beyond software architecture to embrace the wider software engineering field.
Event scheduled for July 18 through 20 at CMU’s Collaborative Innovation Center.
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