The SEI: The Leader in Software Engineering and Cybersecurity
At the SEI, we research complex software engineering, cybersecurity, and AI engineering problems; create and test innovative technologies; and transition maturing solutions into practice. We have been working with the Department of Defense, government agencies, and private industry since 1984 to help meet mission goals and gain strategic advantage.
May 14, 2021 • Conference Paper
This paper was initially presented at the 18th annual Acquisition Research Symposium, hosted by the Naval Postgraduate School in May 2021.Download
May 03, 2021 • White Paper
The Software Assurance Guidance and Evaluation (SAGE) tool helps an organization assess the security of its systems development and operations practices.Download
At the Software Engineering Institute (SEI), we research complex software engineering, cybersecurity, and artificial intelligence engineering problems; create and test innovative technologies; and transition maturing solutions into practice. The U.S. Department of Defense, as well as other public agencies and private businesses, can meet mission goals and gain strategic advantage by using tools, technologies, and practices developed or matured by the SEI.
May 14, 2021 • Article
The SEI invites college-level educators of all areas of software engineering to join the 18th annual workshop virtually.Read More
April 22, 2021 • Article
The SEI helped the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency develop the recently concluded contest for the federal cyber workforce.Read More
April 19, 2021 • Press Release
Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute today announced the appointment of Gregory J. Touhill as director of the SEI’s CERT Division.Read More
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Discover our numerous training and credentialing opportunities for individual professional development. We also offer workforce development and licensing opportunities for organizations to apply best practices to their operations.
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In addition to our work with agencies across the United States government, we partner with academic institutions and private companies to solve key technical challenges for current and future software-reliant systems. You can sponsor research and development, collaborate with us on research, and even get guidance from us to implement new methods.