Applying Software Quality Models to Software Security

Speaker: Dr. Carol Woody, Technical Lead, Survivability Analysis, Carnegie Mellon SEI

Presented live on April 21, 2015

Dr. Carol Woody has been a senior member of the technical staff since 2001. Currently she is the technical lead of the Survivability Analysis team, whose research focuses on cyber security engineering: building capabilities in defining, acquiring, developing, measuring, managing, and sustaining secure software for highly complex networked systems as well as systems of systems.

In this webinar, Dr. Woody shares new empirical results that show how teams can achieve a high level of application security in a cost-effective manner by addressing software quality problems early through code checking and design review. As Dr. Woody notes, neither quality nor security can be “tested in.” This presentation provides ammunition to support security and software assurance measurement and analysis.


Watch the webinar on CISQ YouTube