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Jun 28, 2024

Within a very short amount of time, the productivity and creativity improvements envisioned by generative artificial intelligence (AI), such as using tools based on large language models (LLMs), have taken the software engineering community by storm. The industry is in a race to develop your next best...


Jun 13, 2024

Traditionally, cybersecurity has focused on finding and removing vulnerabilities. This is like driving backward down the highway using your rearview mirror. Most breaches are due to defects in design or code; thus, the only way to truly address the issue is to design and build more secure solutions. In this webcast, Tim...


May 31, 2024

Modern analytic methods, including artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) classifiers, depend on correlations; however, such approaches fail to account for confounding in the data, which prevents accurate modeling of cause and effect and often leads to prediction bias. The Software Engineering...


May 2, 2024

There is a lot of documentation about a zero trust architecture, as well as directives that it be used for U.S. federal agencies and the Department of Defense (DoD), but little information on how to go about implementing it to improve an organization’s enterprise or DoD weapon system security. Use cases typically...


Feb 1, 2024

According to the Verizon Data Breach Report, Log4j-related exploits have occurred less frequently over the past year. However, this Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) flaw was originally documented in 2021. The threat still exists despite increased awareness. Over the past few years, the Software Engineering...