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Cyber Hygiene: Why the Fundamentals Matter

Cyber Hygiene: Why the Fundamentals Matter

October 17, 2019 • Webinar
Matthew J. ButkovicRandall F. TrzeciakMatthew Trevors

In this webcast, as a part of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, our experts provided an overview of the concept of cyber hygiene, which addresses simple sets of actions that users can take to help reduce cybersecurity risks.

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Women in Software and Cybersecurity: Anita Carleton

Women in Software and Cybersecurity: Anita Carleton

October 15, 2019 • Podcast
Anita Carleton

Anita Carleton discusses the career path that led to her current role as acting director of the SEI’s Software Solutions Division and the challenges and mentors (Watts Humphrey) that she encountered along the way.

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Agile Pitfall in Acquisition: The Bottom of the V

Agile Pitfall in Acquisition: The Bottom of the V

October 11, 2019 • Video
Suzanne Miller

Suzanne Miller explains a pitfall that can occur during Agile implementation within complex, embedded systems and introduces a mindset to help reap the benefits of Agile and lean approaches throughout complex systems development.

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Improving the Common Vulnerability Scoring System

Improving the Common Vulnerability Scoring System

October 03, 2019 • Podcast
Jonathan SpringArt ManionDeana Shick

Art Manion, Deana Shick, and Jonathan Spring discuss a 2019 paper that outlines challenges with the Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) and proposes changes to improve it.

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Why Software Architects Must Be Involved in the Earliest Systems Engineering Activities

Why Software Architects Must Be Involved in the Earliest Systems Engineering Activities

October 01, 2019 • Podcast
Sarah Sheard

Dr. Sarah Sheard discusses the importance of including software architects in the earliest systems engineering activities.

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Architecture Centric Virtual Integration Process (ACVIP): A Key Component of the DoD Digital Engineering Strategy

Architecture Centric Virtual Integration Process (ACVIP): A Key Component of the DoD Digital Engineering Strategy

September 27, 2019 • Conference Paper
Alex Boydston (U.S. Army ADD/JMR)Peter H. FeilerSteve Vestal (Adventium Labs, Inc.)

ACVIP is a compositional, architecture-centric, model-based approach enabling virtual integration analysis in the early phases and throughout the lifecycle to detect and remove defects that currently are not found until integration and test.

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