Combinations of multicore processing and virtualization are increasingly being used to build mission-critical, cyber-physical systems.
How can biometric data, such as iris scans, gait recognition, and heart-rate monitoring help protect against both cyber and physical attacks?
The SEI's Bob Schiela explains how CERT Secure Coding Standards can help developers avoid software vulnerabilities before the code is released.
Helped establish Carnegie Mellon University as a leading institution in the fields of engineering, computer science, and robotics.
Nearly 2 billion vulnerable components are downloaded annually, and the average application has more than 20 open source vulnerabilities. Mark Sherman recommends the SPDO approach to secure open source components to diminish the risk and the impact.
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CERT Guide to Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure Released
Press Release - 08/15/2017
Angel Jordan Spearheaded the Formation of the SEI
Article - 08/07/2017
Garlan Honored with Nancy Mead Award
Article - 07/14/2017
Stempfley Named New Director of CMU Software Engineering Institute CERT Division
Press Release - 06/13/2017