Seminar 01A - Assessing Security, Reliability, and Survivability Before Implementation
PLEASE NOTE: Separate registration and fee is required to attend this seminar.

Monday, October 09 | 9:00PM–9:00PM
Session Type: Resources
Existing security, reliability, and survivability analysis mechanisms do not provide a way to focus on challenges that cross multiple systems; consider architecture trade-offs beyond a single system; consider the linkage of technology to organizational goals; and define ways to proactively influence software development decisions to reduce risk. The SEI is developing an analysis framework to address these deficiencies. This tutorial will introduce attendees to this analysis technique and ways it can be molded to fit their organizational needs.


  • Carol Woody

    Sr Technical Staff, Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University