Software Engineering Institute | Carnegie Mellon University
Software Engineering Institute | Carnegie Mellon University
Leading and advancing software and cybersecurity to solve the nation's toughest problems

Research and Publications

Training

Learn More About the SEI:

NEWS

  • SEI's Lindner Weighs In On Organized Cybercrime
    Media Coverage - 06/25/2015

EVENTS

  • A Taxonomy of Testing Types
    This webinar introduces the attendee to our taxonomy of testing types, thereby clarifying the grand scope of testing and enabling the attendee to better select the appropriate types of testing to for their specific needs.
    Webinar - 09/09/2015

  • 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

  • FloCon 2016
    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

WEBINARS

Blogs

A Taxonomy of Testing

A Taxonomy of Testing

08/31/2015 - Donald Firesmith

The SEI Technical Strategic Plan

The SEI Technical Strategic Plan

08/24/2015 - Kevin Fall


PODCASTS

Establishing Trust in the Wireless Emergency Alerts Service

Designing Security Into Software-Reliant Systems

In this podcast, CERT researcher Christopher Alberts introduces the SERA Framework, a systematic approach for analyzing complex security risks in software-reliant systems and systems of systems early in the lifecycle. Podcast - 06/25/2015
Establishing Trust in the Wireless Emergency Alerts Service

Agile Methods in Air Force Sustainment

This podcast Eileen Wrubel highlights research examining Agile techniques in the software sustainment arena—specifically Air Force programs. Podcast - 06/11/2015
Establishing Trust in the Wireless Emergency Alerts Service

Defect Prioritization With the Risk Priority Number

In this podcast, Will Hayes and Julie Cohen discuss a generalized technique that could be used with any type of system to assist the program office in addressing and resolving the conflicting views and creating a better value system for defining releases. Podcast - 05/28/2015