Entries by 'Douglas C. Schmidt'

Malware Analysis, Acquisition Strategies, Network Situational Awareness, & Cyber Risk - The Latest Research from the SEI

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By Douglas C. Schmidt
Principal Researcher

Douglas C. Schmidt As part of an ongoing effort to keep you informed about our latest work, I would like to let you know about some recently published SEI technical reports and notes. These reports highlight the latest work of SEI technologists in malware analysis, acquisition strategies, network situational awareness, and resilience management (with three reports from this research area), incident management, and future architectures. This post includes a listing of each report, author(s), and links where the published reports can be accessed on the SEI website.

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The Latest Published Research from the SEI

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By Douglas C. Schmidt
Principal Researcher

Douglas C. SchmidtAs part of an ongoing effort to keep you informed about our latest work, I would like to let you know about some recently published SEI technical reports and notes. These reports highlight the latest work of SEI technologists in assuring software reliabilityfuture architecturesAgile software teamsinsider threat, and HTML5. This post includes a listing of each report, author(s), and links where the published reports can be accessed on the SEI website. 

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Android, Heartbleed, Testing, and DevOps: An SEI Blog Mid-Year Review

Android , Architecture , Big Data , DevOps , Secure Coding , Testing 1 Comment »

By Douglas C. Schmidt 
Principal Researcher

Douglas C. Schmidt In the first half of this year, the SEI blog has experienced unprecedented growth, with visitors in record numbers learning more about our work in big datasecure coding for Androidmalware analysisHeartbleed, and V Models for Testing. In the first six months of 2014 (through June 20), the SEI blog has logged 60,240 visits, which is nearly comparable with the entire 2013 yearly total of 66,757 visits. As we reach the mid-year point, this blog posting takes a look back at our most popular areas of work (at least according to you, our readers) and highlights our most popular blog posts for the first half of 2014, as well as links to additional related resources that readers might find of interest. 

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The Latest Research from the SEI

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By Douglas C. Schmidt
Principal Researcher


Douglas C. Schmidt As part of an ongoing effort to keep you informed about our latest work, I would like to let you know about some recently published SEI technical reports and notes. These reports highlight the latest work of SEI technologists in cybersecurity risks,software assuranceadvanced persistent threatinternational insider threat,Wireless Emergency Alerts Servicesecurity and survivability, and acquisition

This post includes a listing of each report, author(s), and links where the published reports can be accessed on the SEI website. 

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The Importance of Automated Testing in Open Systems Architecture Initiatives

Architecture , Automated Testing , Common Operating Platform Environments (COPEs) , Open Systems Architectures No Comments »

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By Douglas C. Schmidt
Principal Researcher

Douglas C. Schmidt To view a video of the introduction, please click here.

The Better Buying Power 2.0 initiative is a concerted effort by the United States Department of Defense to achieve greater efficiencies in the development, sustainment, and recompetition of major defense acquisition programs through cost control, elimination of unproductive processes and bureaucracy, and promotion of open competition. This SEI blog posting describes how the Navy is operationalizing Better Buying Power in the context of their Open Systems Architecture and Business Innovation initiatives.  This posting also presents the results from a recent online war game that underscore the importance of automated testing in these initiatives to help avoid common traps and pitfalls of earlier cost containment measures.

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