This blog post, the first in a series that will present a taxonomy of nearly 200 test types, challenges testers and stakeholders to examine their testing expertise, experience, and training as well as test programs and associated test planning.
This blog post, the second in a series on the SEI's five-year technical strategic plan, looks at ongoing and new research we are undertaking to address key cybersecurity, software engineering and related acquisition issues faced by the government and DoD.
Different types of testing uncover different defects. This free webinar on Sept. 9 introduces a way to select the appropriate types of testing for specific needs.
Courses, talks, and exchange of ideas help software architecture educators develop and improve their curricula and resources.
Code enables developers to turn any networked computational device running Linux into a node available to mobile devices—in many cases disconnected from the enterprise cloud—for computation offload and data staging.
Three-day event introduces students to a range of cybersecurity concepts and professions, creates competitive opportunity to practice new skills.
SEI Hosts 12th Annual ACE Workshop for Educators
Article - 08/14/2015
SEI Makes KD-Cloudlet Software Freely Available
Article - 08/11/2015
CERT Division Hosts High School Cybersecurity Competition
Article - 08/06/2015
New Website Consolidates SEI Blogs
Article - 08/06/2015
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
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