Software Engineering Institute | Carnegie Mellon University
Software Engineering Institute | Carnegie Mellon University
SEI Podcast Series
October 12, 2017

DNS Blocking to Disrupt Malware

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Vijay S. Sarvepalli

"We have all these options about picking some very highly effective capabilities to block broadly what malicious code does."

"We have all these options about picking some very highly effective capabilities to block broadly what malicious code does."

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September 21, 2017

Best Practices: Network Border Protection

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Rachel Kartch

"Frankly, in my experience I find that there are often errors of either doing too much or doing too little at different places in the border. It seems like an important topic for us to cover because it is a critical part of anybody’s defense."

"Frankly, in my experience I find that there are often errors of either doing too much or doing too little at different places in the border. It seems like an important topic for us to cover because it is a critical part of anybody’s defense."
September 07, 2017

Verifying Software Assurance with IBM’s Watson

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Mark Sherman

"The thought was that Watson could read all of these documents on behalf of a program manager or some other interested party. Then you can start asking questions of Watson, Is this a true thing about the system that I am looking at?"

"The thought was that Watson could read all of these documents on behalf of a program manager or some other interested party. Then you can start asking questions of Watson, Is this a true thing about the system that I am looking at?"

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August 31, 2017

The CERT Software Assurance Framework

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Carol Woody, PhD

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Christopher J. Alberts

"The key areas relative to addressing cybersecurity have not been well recognized by high-maturity organizations. One of the areas that we have been looking at is, How do we articulate what needs to be added to all of these excellent engineering practices to bring them up to the level we need for cybersecurity?"

"The key areas relative to addressing cybersecurity have not been well recognized by high-maturity organizations. One of the areas that we have been looking at is, How do we articulate what needs to be added to all of these excellent engineering practices to bring them up to the level we need for cybersecurity?"

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August 03, 2017

Scaling Agile Methods

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Eileen Wrubel

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Will Hayes

"One of the interesting things about Agile is you are planning to fail. You are planning to fail in small pieces so that you can learn from that to go forward."

"One of the interesting things about Agile is you are planning to fail. You are planning to fail in small pieces so that you can learn from that to go forward."

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