An Introduction to Capability-Based Planning
Software Engineering Institute
by Anandi Hira, William R. Nichols
4d ago
Capability-Based Planning (CBP) defines a framework that has an all-encompassing view of existing abilities and future needs for strategically deciding what is needed and how to effectively achieve it. Both business and government acquisition domains use CBP for financial success or to design a well-balanced defense system. The definitions understandably vary across these domains. In this SEI podcast, Anandi Hira, a data scientist, and William R. Nichols, an initiative lead for Software Engineering Measurement and Analysis, introduce CBP and its use and application in software acquisition ..read more
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Developing a Global Network of Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs)
Software Engineering Institute
by Members of Technical Staff at the Software Engineering Institute
1M ago
Cybersecurity risks aren’t just a national concern. In this podcast from the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute (SEI), the CERT division’s Tracy Bills, senior cybersecurity operations researcher and team lead, and James Lord, security operations technical manager, discuss the SEI’s work developing Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs) across the globe ..read more
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Automated Repair of Static Analysis Alerts
Software Engineering Institute (SEI) Podcast Series
by David Svoboda
1M ago
Developers know that static analysis helps make code more secure. However, static analysis tools often produce a large number of false positives, hindering their usefulness. In this podcast from the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute (SEI), David Svoboda, a software security engineer in the SEI’s CERT Division, discusses Redemption, a new open source tool from the SEI that automatically repairs common errors in C/C++ code generated from static analysis alerts, making code safer and static analysis less overwhelming ..read more
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Cyber Career Pathways and Opportunities
Software Engineering Institute (SEI) Podcast Series
by Randy Trzeciak
1M ago
Not all paths to cybersecurity careers look the same. In this podcast from the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute (SEI), Randy Trzeciak, deputy director of cyber risk and resilience in the SEI’s CERT division, discusses his career journey, resources for pursuing a career in cybersecurity, and the importance of building a diverse workforce ..read more
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Developing and Using a Software Bill of Materials Framework
Software Engineering Institute (SEI) Podcast Series
by Carol Woody, Michael Bandor
3M ago
With the increasing complexity of software systems, the use of third-party components has become a widespread practice. Cyber disruptions, such as SolarWinds and Log4j, demonstrate the harm that can occur when organizations fail to manage third-party components in their software systems. In this podcast from the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute, Carol Woody, principal researcher, and Michael Bandor, a senior software engineer, discuss a Software Bill of Materials (SBOMs) framework to help promote the use of SBOMs and establish a more comprehensive set of practices and ..read more
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The Importance of Divesity in Cybersecurity: Carol Ware
Software Engineering Institute (SEI) Podcast Series
by Carol Ware
4M ago
In this podcast from the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute, Carol Ware, a senior cybersecurity engineer in the SEI’s CERT Division, discusses her career path, the value of mentorship, and the importance of diversity in cybersecurity ..read more
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The Importance of Diversity in Cybersecurity: Carol Ware
Software Engineering Institute (SEI) Podcast Series
by Carol Ware
4M ago
In this podcast from the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute, Carol Ware, a senior cybersecurity engineer in the SEI’s CERT Division, discusses her career path, the value of mentorship, and the importance of diversity in cybersecurity.  ..read more
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The Importance of Diversity in Artificial Intelligence: Violet Turri
Software Engineering Institute (SEI) Podcast Series
by Violet Turri
4M ago
Across the globe, women account for less than 30 percent of professionals in technical fields. That number drops to 22 percent in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI). In this podcast from the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute (SEI), Violet Turri, a software developer in the SEI’s AI Division, discusses the evolution of her career in AI and the importance of diversity in the field.  ..read more
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The Importance of Diversity in Cybersecurity: Carol Ware
Software Engineering Institute (SEI) Podcast Series
by Carol Ware
4M ago
In this podcst from the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute (SEI), Carol Ware, a senior cybersecurity engineer in the SEI's CERT Division, discusses her career path, the value of mentorship, and the importance of diversity in cybersecurity ..read more
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Using Large Language Models in the National Security Realm
Software Engineering Institute (SEI) Podcast Series
by Dr. Shannon Gallagher, Dr. Rachel Dzombak
5M ago
At the request of the White House, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) began exploring use cases for large language models (LLMs) within the Intelligence Community (IC). As part of this effort, ODNI sponsored the Mayflower Project at Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute (SEI) from May 2023 through September 2023. The Mayflower Project attempted to answer the following questions: How might the IC set up a baseline, stand-alone LLM? How might the IC customize LLMs for specific intelligence use cases? How might the IC evaluate the trustworthiness of ..read more
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