In this post, CERT Researcher David Svoboda attempts to analyze our CERT Secure Coding rules for both C and Java to determine if they indeed refute the conventional wisdom that Java is more secure than C.
Discover usable solutions for today, and influence the direction of software engineering research to meet your needs for tomorrow.
In this blog post, the first in a series, Douglas Gray discusses how organizations can use frameworks such as NIST, CERT-RMM, Agile, OCTAVE, and PMBOK to improve operational resilience.
Proposals must be submitted no later than January 15, 2016.
The Software Solutions Conference 2015 announced its slate of compelling and informative keynote addresses from distinguished experts in government and academia.
For decades, safety-critical software systems have become more software intensive in every domain: avionics, aerospace, automobiles, and medicine. This blog post by Julien Delange discusses the impact of the resulting complexity and presents a tool that produces complexity metrics from software models.
Three-day event introduces students to a range of cybersecurity concepts and professions, creates competitive opportunity to practice new skills.
Software Solutions Conference Keynote Speakers Announced
Press Release - 09/15/2015
SEI Hosts 12th Annual ACE Workshop for Educators
Article - 08/14/2015
SEI Makes KD-Cloudlet Software Freely Available
Article - 08/11/2015
Software Solutions Conference 2015
The SEI Software Solutions Conference addresses the challenges of developing, acquiring, and sustaining software-reliant systems today and in the near future.
Conferences - 11/16/2015
Open Forum for Large-Scale Network Defense Analytics Join network security professionals from all over the world to discuss the analysis of large volumes of traffic and to showcase the next generation of flow-based analysis techniques.
Conferences - 01/11/2016