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At the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute (SEI), our work in software engineering and cybersecurity is ongoing, and we want you to be able to keep on top of developments in areas important to you.

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Follow us on LinkedIn,  Facebook, and Twitter to stay up-to-date on news and announcements and for insights about our organization.

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You can subscribe to a number of channels that we use to talk about new R&D, opportunities to interact with our experts, and ways to use SEI methods and tools.

  • SEI blog
    Our experts publish new blogs weekly to provide access to their insights about our R&D.
  • CERT blog
    Topics include software vulnerabilities, malware analysis, security operations and more.
  • CERT announcements
    Focus on cybersecurity matters by subscribing to this feed on announcements from our CERT Directorate.
  • Events
    Subscribe to our events feed to stay on top of upcoming conference, webinars, and workshops that we sponsor or participate in.
  • Newsletter
    The SEI Bulletin is a bi-weekly newsletter designed to keep the SEI community up to date on SEI news, events, research, job listings, and other matters of interest.
  • Library of on-demand webinars
    We offer a continually growing list of webinars available on-demand for you or your team.
  • Podcasts
    The SEI Podcast Series features conversations with our researchers on current and enduring topics in software engineering. The CERT Podcast Series provides general principles and specific starting points for business leaders who want to launch an enterprise-wide security effort or make sure their existing security program is as good as it can be.
  • Newly published reports and papers
    Subscribe to our feed on new reports on software engineering, cybersecurity, and emerging technologies.
  • SEI CMU YouTube Channel
    Our channel features comments from our annual SEI Architecture Technology Users Network (SATURN) Conference, glimpses of our webinars, and more.

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Join the SATURN LinkedIn group to connect with your peers and experts in the field. And, join the discussion about architecture-centric engineering at the SATURN blog.