Software Engineering Institute | Carnegie Mellon University
Software Engineering Institute | Carnegie Mellon University
SEI Podcast Series

Selected Category: Cyber-Physical Systems

March 23, 2017

10 At-Risk Emerging Technologies

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Christopher King

"Although autonomous machines are 5-to-10 years away from mainstream adoption, the devices could be compromised through networked back-end servers that provide some of the automation, or through the robot itself, which is networked and communicates across the Internet to the manufacturer for diagnostic information and software updates."

"Although autonomous machines are 5-to-10 years away from mainstream adoption, the devices could be compromised through networked back-end servers that provide some of the automation, or through the robot itself, which is networked and communicates across the Internet to the manufacturer for diagnostic information and software updates."
November 30, 2016

Moving Target Defense

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Andrew O. Mellinger

"Imagine a brick wall, a strong door, a gate or something like that. All those defenses, what they evoke is this kind of big monolithic, static set of walls, OK? Within enterprise networks, what we find is that that gives a lot of opportunity to our attackers to understand what we do."

"Imagine a brick wall, a strong door, a gate or something like that. All those defenses, what they evoke is this kind of big monolithic, static set of walls, OK? Within enterprise networks, what we find is that that gives a lot of opportunity to our attackers to understand what we do."
November 10, 2016

Improving Cybersecurity Through Cyber Intelligence

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Jared Ettinger

"Basically cyber intelligence is more like a subset of cybersecurity. It is going to be a forced multiplier to your overall cybersecurity picture or platform for your organization."

"Basically cyber intelligence is more like a subset of cybersecurity. It is going to be a forced multiplier to your overall cybersecurity picture or platform for your organization."
August 27, 2015

Toward Speed and Simplicity: Creating a Software Library for Graph Analytics

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Scott McMillan

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Eric Werner

"In a supercomputer, you generally have lots of compute nodes, each with the dedicated memory bank. The graph analytics problem comes down to dividing the data across these nodes. It doesn’t prevent traversal from one node to the next."

"In a supercomputer, you generally have lots of compute nodes, each with the dedicated memory bank. The graph analytics problem comes down to dividing the data across these nodes. It doesn’t prevent traversal from one node to the next."
October 17, 2013

Architecting Systems of the Future

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Eric Werner

"I think as we look at the curve of technology, graphical processing units (GPU's) are only the start. People are building systems that have multiple GPUs in the same system. If you look at recent mobile phone releases, not only do you have a CPU and a GPU, but you have extra processing units—auxiliary processing units that might do special purpose stuff, for example, understanding motion sensors inside of a phone."

"I think as we look at the curve of technology, graphical processing units (GPU's) are only the start. People are building systems that have multiple GPUs in the same system. If you look at recent mobile phone releases, not only do you have a CPU and a GPU, but you have extra processing units—auxiliary processing units that might do special purpose stuff, for example, understanding motion sensors inside of a phone."