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Software Engineering Institute Releases Version 1.3 of CMMI Product Suite

Software Engineering Institute Releases Version 1.3 of CMMI Product Suite

December, 28 2010 • Press Release

The SEI announces the release of the Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Version 1.3, which includes improvements to the entire product suite: CMMI for Development (CMMI-DEV), CMMI for Acquisition (CMMI-ACQ), and CMMI for Services (CMMI-SVC).

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 CERT Resilience Management Model Book Published by Addison-Wesley

CERT Resilience Management Model Book Published by Addison-Wesley

December, 14 2010 • Press Release

The CERT® Program of the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute announced that the CERT Resilience Management Model (CERT®-RMM) Version 1.1 has been published by Addison-Wesley Professional.

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Bank Info Security: Incident Response: Drafting the Team

Bank Info Security: Incident Response: Drafting the Team

November, 05 2010 • Media Coverage

CERT's Georgia Killcrece discusses the importance of creating an incident response team and the necessary skills incident response team members should have.

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Bank Info Security: Incident Response Career Trends

Bank Info Security: Incident Response Career Trends

November, 03 2010 • Media Coverage

In the second part of a two-part discussion of incident response trends for 2011, Georgia Killcrece discusses skills needed today in incident response and how professionals can attain or refine those skills.

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National Medal of Technology Winner Watts Humphrey, 1927 - 2010

National Medal of Technology Winner Watts Humphrey, 1927 - 2010

October, 28 2010 • Article

October 28, 2010—Watts Humphrey, founder of the Software Process Program at the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI) and recipient of the National Medal of Technology, died today at his home in Sarasota, Florida. He was 83. “Watts Humphre

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Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute Names New Program Director

Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute Names New Program Director

October, 14 2010 • Press Release

The Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute (SEI) recently named Anita Carleton director of its Software Engineering Process Management (SEPM) Program.

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More than 110 Attendees Gather for the TSP Symposium 2010

More than 110 Attendees Gather for the TSP Symposium 2010

September, 30 2010 • Article

Attendees from 15 U.S. states and 10 countries around the world visited Pittsburgh, the headquarters city for the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute, for the TSP Symposium 2010.

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Fight Insider Threats with the Tools you Already Have

Fight Insider Threats with the Tools you Already Have

September, 27 2010 • Media Coverage

CERT's Michael Hanley and Dawn Cappelli offer tips and best practices for preventing and identifying malicious insider activity in a Network World story.

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CERT Team Examines Health-Care Security Risks

CERT Team Examines Health-Care Security Risks

September, 21 2010 • Announcement

With the mandated use of electronic health record (EHR) technologies, health-care organizations face the challenge of protecting patient information while minimizing risks.

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SEI Announces New Chief Technology Officer Dr. Douglas C. Schmidt

SEI Announces New Chief Technology Officer Dr. Douglas C. Schmidt

August, 03 2010 • Article

Dr. Douglas C. Schmidt has joined the SEI in its Arlington, Va., office as deputy director, research, and chief technology officer. Schmidt will lead the SEI in identifying and responding to the needs of sponsors, customers, and partners.

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Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute Announces New Chief Technology Officer

Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute Announces New Chief Technology Officer

August, 03 2010 • Press Release

Dr. Douglas C. Schmidt has joined the SEI in its Arlington, Va., office as deputy director, research, and chief technology officer. Schmidt will lead the SEI in identifying and responding to the needs of sponsors, customers, and partners.

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Database Admin Gets 12 Months For Hacking Employer

Database Admin Gets 12 Months For Hacking Employer

July, 08 2010 • Media Coverage

InformationWeek shared data from a study conducted by the U.S. Secret Service and the SEI CERT Insider Threat team.

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 SMART Evolves to Meet Range of Service-Oriented Architecture Needs

SMART Evolves to Meet Range of Service-Oriented Architecture Needs

July, 06 2010 • Article

SMART now stands for the SOA Migration, Adoption, and Reuse Technique. The new name reflects what Grace Lewis' team learned in the course of its work.

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Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute Receives Contract Extension From U.S. Government

Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute Receives Contract Extension From U.S. Government

June, 30 2010 • Press Release

The Software Engineering Institute (SEI) at Carnegie Mellon University has received a five-year contract extension, with a face value of $584 million, from the U.S. government through June 2015.

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 Architecture Practitioners Gather to Discuss the Latest Techniques and Practices

Architecture Practitioners Gather to Discuss the Latest Techniques and Practices

June, 03 2010 • Article

Software, system, and enterprise architecture practitioners and experts from around the world convened from May 17 to 21 for the sixth annual SEI Architecture Technology User Network (SATURN) Conference.

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SecureLive Startup Protects Websites, Reports Hackers

SecureLive Startup Protects Websites, Reports Hackers

May, 30 2010 • Media Coverage

Chad Dougherty comments on how developers protect websites from hackers who seek to exploit software vulnerabilities.

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New Twist on Insider Crimes

New Twist on Insider Crimes

May, 04 2010 • Media Coverage

Andrew Moore, a senior member of the CERT technical staff, discusses insider crimes committed by trusted business partners and how companies can protect themselves.

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Watts Humphrey Publishes New Book of Reflections on Management

Watts Humphrey Publishes New Book of Reflections on Management

May, 03 2010 • Article

A new book by Watts Humphrey, National Medal of Technology Winner & a senior fellow at the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI), has just been published by Addison-Wesley.

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Board Game Gives Insights into Making Hard Choices in Architecture

Board Game Gives Insights into Making Hard Choices in Architecture

April, 08 2010 • Article

There are several ways to learn about software architecture. You could read Software Architecture Principles and Practices, Second Edition by Len Bass, Paul Clements, and Rick Kazman.

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How to Prevent Identity Theft in Your Business

How to Prevent Identity Theft in Your Business

March, 30 2010 • Media Coverage

Larry Rogers shares tips on how businesses can keep private information secure.

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Organizations Become First Strategic Partners for TSP

Organizations Become First Strategic Partners for TSP

March, 15 2010 • Article

Two highly respected organizations halfway around the world from each other recently signed agreements to become SEI strategic partners for the Team Software Process (TSP).

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Paul D. Nielsen, CEO and Director of Carnegie Mellon SEI, Named to Esteemed National Academy of Engineering

Paul D. Nielsen, CEO and Director of Carnegie Mellon SEI, Named to Esteemed National Academy of Engineering

February, 18 2010 • Press Release

The Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute announced today that Paul D. Nielsen has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE).

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2010 Cybersecurity Watch Survey News Item

2010 Cybersecurity Watch Survey News Item

January, 25 2010 • Article

According to the 2010 CyberSecurity Watch Survey, threats to targeted organizations are increasing faster than many organizations can combat them.

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SOA: Rumors of its Death More Than ‘Greatly Exaggerated’

SOA: Rumors of its Death More Than ‘Greatly Exaggerated’

January, 25 2010 • Article

Echoing writer Mark Twain and others, rumors of the death of service-oriented architecture (SOA) have been “greatly exaggerated.”

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SEI Celebrates a Quarter Century of Leadership

SEI Celebrates a Quarter Century of Leadership

January, 19 2010 • Article

This year, the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI) will celebrate its 25th anniversary as a federally funded research and development center (FFRDC).

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Cloud Computing: Finding the Silver Lining, Not the Silver Bullet

Cloud Computing: Finding the Silver Lining, Not the Silver Bullet

December, 09 2009 • Article

In recent months, technology news headlines have been dominated by cloud computing—a large-scale model in which computing power, software, storage services, and platforms are delivered on demand to external customers.

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Creating a Framework for Reliability Validation

Creating a Framework for Reliability Validation

November, 24 2009 • Press Release

The SEI and the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center recently began a 1-year engagement that aims to develop a approach to overcome deficiencies with the testing being done to validate software and system reliability.

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CERT Tactical Response and Analysis Challenge Tests Cybersecurity Skills

CERT Tactical Response and Analysis Challenge Tests Cybersecurity Skills

November, 17 2009 • Media Coverage

A five-person team from Australia took first place in the 2009 Tactical Response and Analysis Challenge (TRAC).

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DDJ.com: Secure Coding in C and C++

DDJ.com: Secure Coding in C and C++

September, 03 2009 • Media Coverage

Robert Seacord explains how coding errors can lead to vulnerabilities that can be exploited.

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New York Times: Keeping That New PC Clean and Pure

New York Times: Keeping That New PC Clean and Pure

September, 03 2009 • Media Coverage

CERT vulnerability analyst Chad Dougherty suggests ways to keep your new computer free from malware and viruses.

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Carnegie Mellon SEI and OMG Announce the Launch of CISQ—The Consortium for IT Software Quality (www.it-cisq.org)

Carnegie Mellon SEI and OMG Announce the Launch of CISQ—The Consortium for IT Software Quality (www.it-cisq.org)

August, 19 2009 • Press Release

Pittsburgh, PA, and Needham, MA, USA, August 19, 2009—The Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI) and the Object Management Group (OMG) announced a partnership to sponsor the Consortium of IT Software Quality (CISQ).

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Paul D. Nielsen Reappointed as SEI Director, CEO

Paul D. Nielsen Reappointed as SEI Director, CEO

July, 30 2009 • Press Release

Pittsburgh, PA, July 30, 2009—Paul D. Nielsen, director and CEO of the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI), has been reappointed to a second five-year term.

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Secure Coding in C and C++: Efforts Lead to Book, Course, Community, Coding Standard

Secure Coding in C and C++: Efforts Lead to Book, Course, Community, Coding Standard

July, 17 2009 • Article

It's a frequent yet unintended mistake among software developers. A software developer copies a string in memory, but in doing so, unwittingly creates a vulnerability that can be exploited by an attacker to execute malicious code.

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The New York Times: Gadgetwise Blog: Is Your PC Security Up to Date?

The New York Times: Gadgetwise Blog: Is Your PC Security Up to Date?

May, 16 2009 • Media Coverage

CERT vulnerability analyst Chad Dougherty explains why it's important to keep software up to date.

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Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute and IBM Launch Smart Grid Framework

Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute and IBM Launch Smart Grid Framework

March, 30 2009 • Press Release

s progressive utilities around the globe modernize power grids with digital technology, executives want to know that making the grid smarter is the right thing to do and they want to know how to do it.

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CERT Secure Coding Standards Improve the Quality and Security of Commercial Software Products

CERT Secure Coding Standards Improve the Quality and Security of Commercial Software Products

October, 28 2008 • Press Release

Society's increased dependency on networked software systems has been matched by an increase in the number of attacks aimed at these systems.

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Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute Announces Release of the CERT Resiliency Engineering Framework

Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute Announces Release of the CERT Resiliency Engineering Framework

March, 26 2008 • Press Release

The Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI) CERT Program, together with the Financial Services Technology Consortium (FSTC), today announced the availability of the CERT® Resiliency Engineering Framework.

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CERT Computer Forensics Team at Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute Recognized by Congressmen Murtha, Doyle and Altmire

CERT Computer Forensics Team at Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute Recognized by Congressmen Murtha, Doyle and Altmire

February, 04 2008 • Press Release

U.S. House of Representatives recognized the CERT® Program at Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute efforts during a visit to the university.

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Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute CERT® Program and FSTC Introduce Resiliency Engineering Framework to Help Organizations Manage Operational Resiliency

Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute CERT® Program and FSTC Introduce Resiliency Engineering Framework to Help Organizations Manage Operational Resiliency

September, 24 2007 • Press Release

Requirements-driven security and business continuity are key contributors to operational resiliency according to a recently published report by the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute CERT Program.

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Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute CERT® Program and FSTC Introduce Resiliency Engineering Framework to Help Organizations Manage Operational Resiliency

Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute CERT® Program and FSTC Introduce Resiliency Engineering Framework to Help Organizations Manage Operational Resiliency

September, 24 2007 • Press Release

Requirements-driven security and business continuity are key contributors to operational resiliency according to a recently published report by the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute CERT Program.

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2007 E-Crime Watch Survey

2007 E-Crime Watch Survey

September, 11 2007 • Press Release

Results of the 2007 E-Crime Watch Survey reveal that while security events and electronic crimes were steady, there are concerns that security executives may be becoming over confident.

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 Carnegie Mellon® Software Engineering Institute Announces New Program Integration Directorate Director

Carnegie Mellon® Software Engineering Institute Announces New Program Integration Directorate Director

May, 14 2007 • Press Release

The Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI) announced that John R. Bramer joined the SEI as the director of the SEI's Program Integration Directorate, the business development function of the SEI.

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2006 E-Crime Watch Survey News Item

2006 E-Crime Watch Survey News Item

September, 06 2006 • Article

The 2006 E-Crime Watch Survey indicates that while there has been a decline in security events, there has been an increase in the financial and operational losses caused by such incidents.

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SEI Publishes Report on Software Challenge of the Future

SEI Publishes Report on Software Challenge of the Future

July, 10 2006 • Press Release

The Carnegie Mellon® Software Engineering Institute (SEI) announced publication of Ultra-Large-Scale Systems: The Software Challenge of the Future (ISBN 0-9786956-0-7).

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CERT Coordination Center Partners With Qatar’s Supreme Council to Battle Cyber Risks

CERT Coordination Center Partners With Qatar’s Supreme Council to Battle Cyber Risks

December, 15 2005 • Press Release

—The Carnegie Mellon® Software Engineering Institute (SEI) CERT® Coordination Center (CERT/CC) and the Qatar Supreme Council for Information and Communications Technology (ictQATAR) announced a partnership to establish Qatar CERT (Q-CERT).

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Build Security In

Build Security In

October, 03 2005 • Press Release

The Department of Homeland Security and Carnegie Mellon® Software Engineering Institute (SEI) launched a secure, web-based software assurance portal called Build Security In (BSI).

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2005 E-Crime Watch Survey News Item

2005 E-Crime Watch Survey News Item

May, 03 2005 • Article

Results from the 2005 E-Crime Watch Survey, conducted among security executives and law enforcement personnel, reveals the fight against electronic crimes (e-crimes) may be paying off.

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 Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute’s Watts Humphrey Awarded Prestigious National Medal of Technology

Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute’s Watts Humphrey Awarded Prestigious National Medal of Technology

February, 15 2005 • Press Release

Watts S. Humphrey, a fellow of the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI) has been awarded the 2003 National Medal of Technology, the highest honor awarded by the President of the United States to America's leading innovators.

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Secret Service and CERT Release Report Analyzing Acts of Insider Sabotage Via Computer Systems in Critical Infrastructure Sectors

Secret Service and CERT Release Report Analyzing Acts of Insider Sabotage Via Computer Systems in Critical Infrastructure Sectors

January, 01 2005 • Press Release

Second in a Series of Reports Focusing on Insider Threats to Information Systems and Data in Critical Infrastructure Sectors

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Secret Service and CERT Release Report Analyzing Acts of Insider Sabotage Via Computer Systems in Critical Infrastructure Sectors

Secret Service and CERT Release Report Analyzing Acts of Insider Sabotage Via Computer Systems in Critical Infrastructure Sectors

January, 01 2005 • Article

Second in a Series of Reports Focusing on Insider Threats to Information Systems and Data in Critical Infrastructure Sectors

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Secret Service and CERT® Coordination Center Release Comprehensive Report Analyzing Insider Threats to Banking and Finance Sector

Secret Service and CERT® Coordination Center Release Comprehensive Report Analyzing Insider Threats to Banking and Finance Sector

August, 24 2004 • Press Release

This is the first of a Series of Reports to Focus on Threats to Information Systems and Data in Critical Infrastructure Sectors.

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SEI Press Release

SEI Press Release

September, 15 2003 • Press Release

Carnegie Mellon University and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced a partnership with the university's CERT® Coordination Center (CERT/CC).

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Internet Security Experts in the United States and Australia Join Forces

Internet Security Experts in the United States and Australia Join Forces

August, 03 2001 • Press Release

Two of the world's leading Internet security groups have signed a collaborative agreement to formalize their working partnership.

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U.S. Government Renews Contract with Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute

U.S. Government Renews Contract with Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute

June, 21 2000 • Press Release

The U.S. government has renewed its contract with the Software Engineering Institute (SEI).

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