Popular Mechanics looks at efforts by the Federal Government to address the problem of leaks. Among the tools at the government's disposal, Popular Mechanics cites a document tagger developed by the Insider Threat Center in the SEI's CERT Program.
GovInfoSecurity interviews the SEI CERT Program's Alex Nicoll and Dawn Cappelli on the approaches cloud computing providers must take to prevent their employees from stealing or harming the customer data they host.
Recent events surrounding the disclosure of classified NSA programs have given business leaders fresh incentive to consider protecting themselves against insider threats. In this article, the publication Dark Reading cites the SEI CERT Program's Commonsense Guide to Insider Threat as a resource for informing prevention efforts.
CERT Program researchers have drafted a guide to enable health information exchanges (HIEs) to remain resilient during cybersecurity incidents and disruptions. Developed in response to a request from the Department of Health and Human Services Office of the National Coordinator, the guide addresses the need for maintaining continuity and security in the midst of increasing cyber threats and other disruptions.
CERT Experts Discuss Constructing a Secure Cyber Future at SEI Virtual Event. The event, held April 30, 2013, attracted more than 1,600 people from the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), government, and industry. In his remarks, Pethia noted that attack technology is outpacing defense technology.
At an award ceremony held at the headquarters of the Software Engineering Institute’s (SEI) CERT Program in Pittsburgh, Pa., Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge (ATSAIC) Ryan Moore, United States Secret Service (USSS), honored Randy Trzeciak and Todd Lewellen for their efforts and superior contributions to the law enforcement responsibilities of the Secret Service.
The SEI's Todd Waits, a digital investigation and intelligence expert in the CERT Program, talks to Reuters about the potential use of facial-recognition technology in the investigation of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing attack.
To address advances and changes in the C and C++ coding languages, and to address new threats faced by programmers working in these languages, Software Engineering Institute (SEI) researcher Robert C. Seacord has authored Secure Coding in C and C++, Second Edition.
On April 30, 2013, cybersecurity experts from the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute (SEI) will present in a free, virtual event on current research and development aimed at securing an organization’s cyber future.
The SEI is currently hiring professionals who want to pursue their passion and work alongside world-recognized leaders in the field. If you’ve got the skills and the passion, join us at our invitational hiring event on Thursday and Friday, April 11-12, 2013, in Pittsburgh, Pa.
The Software Engineering Institute (SEI) will co-sponsor the 2013 edition of the Software Technology Conference (STC 2013).
The SEI's Marty Lindner lends perspective on the possibility of large-scale cyber attacks directed at the nation's infrastructure.
Two SEI books published in 2012 have recently earned favorable notice, one from Forbes Magazine and the other from Intel Corporation.
Kevin R. Fall, a computer scientist and engineer with broad experience in government and industry, will join the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute (SEI) January 30 as deputy director for research and chief technology officer.
Carnegie Mellon University has formed a new institute to provide services related to the Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI). The new organization, the CMMI Institute, now manages all CMMI training, certification, licensing, and appraisal services as well as future model development that were previously managed by the Software Engineering Institute (SEI).