CERT Event to Focus on Secure Software Development

PITTSBURGH, March 9, 2023 ~ The Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute (SEI) CERT Division has announced registration and a call for presentations for Secure Software by Design, a two-day event taking place on June 12 and 13 at the SEI's Arlington, Va., location.

The event is in support of the newly released National Cybersecurity Strategy and promotes making security an integral aspect of the entire software lifecycle. This follows U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA) Director Jen Easterly's recent address to the nation from CMU, where she spoke about technology providers and software developers taking ownership of their customer's security outcomes rather than treating each product as if it carries an implicit caveat emptor.

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Tim Chick, Applied Systems Group lead in the SEI CERT Division, said that Secure Software by Design is intended to improve the state of secure development approaches by bringing together thought leaders in this area for presentations and discussions on all aspects of software-intensive system development. These include application threat modeling, development of security requirements, secure software architectures, DevSecOps, secure development platforms and pipelines, software assurance, secure coding practices, software testing and more.

Those interested in attending or presenting at Secure Software by Design can visit https://resources.sei.cmu.edu/news-events/event... for more information about registration and call for presentations; deadline for submissions is April 14th.
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