CERT Publishes 2010 Research Report

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September 23, 2011—The SEI’s CERT® Program has published the 2010 CERT Research Report. This annual report highlights the accomplishments of the CERT Program and the work it performs to successfully execute its research strategy. This strategy shapes the effort of the CERT Program to build and maintain a technical center of excellence and innovation that considers the entire software life cycle.

The 2010 CERT Research Report highlights research activities in these focus areas:

  • Digital Intelligence and Investigation Directorate
  • Incident Response
  • Insider Threat
  • Malicious Code Research and Development
  • Network Situational Awareness
  • Resilience Management and Modeling
  • Secure Coding
  • Software Security Assurance
  • Workforce Development

The CERT Program is internationally known for developing and promoting technology and systems management practices to resist attacks on networked systems, to limit damage, and to ensure continuity of critical services. U.S. government agencies responsible for cyber security, U.S. military agencies, and industry rely on CERT research to protect, detect, and respond to attacks, accidents, and failures on networked systems. CERT researchers are continually engaged in innovative research projects and activities that address security at every phase of software and system development and operation, and in a variety of situations.

For more information and to download a copy of the report, visit http://www.cert.org/research/researchreport.html.

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