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SERC Talk Video Available: “What are the Top Ten Software Security Flaws?”

The video for the October 4, 2017 SERC Talk presented by Dr. Gary McGraw from Synopsys is now available! The Talk which is the second part in the Cybersecurity series explored the topic  “What are the Top Ten Software Security Flaws?”. View the Talk below, and click here or the button below for the presentation slides. Thanks to all those who attended […]

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Next SERC Talk: “What are the Top Ten Software Security Flaws?”

The next SERC Talk will be presented by Gary McGraw from Synopsys on Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at 1 PM EST. He will be exploring “What are the Top Ten Software Security Flaws?”. We hope you can join us in continuing this discussion series on cybersecurity. TOPIC: “What are the Top Ten Software Security Flaws?” SPEAKER: Gary McGraw, Synopsys Questions and comments are welcome […]

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Today, WED. FEB 1, 2017: Grady Booch Presenting SERC Talk: “What is the Self?”

The first SERC Talk of 2017 will be held today, Wednesday, February 1, 2017 at 1 PM EST. Mr. Grady Booch from IBM Almaden Research Laboratory will be discussing “What is the Self?”. We hope you can join us in continuing this discussion on embodied cognition. Register now for event connection details. Questions and comments are welcome utilizing the […]

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Grady Booch Presenting Next SERC Talk: “What is the Self?” on WED. FEB 1, 2017

The first SERC Talk of 2017 will be held on Wednesday, February 1, 2017 at 1 PM EST. Mr. Grady Booch from IBM Almaden Research Laboratory will be discussing “What is the Self?”. We hope you can join us in continuing this discussion on embodied cognition. Questions and comments are welcome utilizing the Q&A and chat tools, respectively. For those unable to […]

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Flight Evaluations: Embedded Cyber-Security for an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

The above video highlights results from a DoD sponsored research task through the Systems Engineering Research Center collaborators: University of Virginia, Georgia Institute of Technology Research Institute, and Stevens Institute of Technology, which focuses on Embedded Cyber-Security for an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). The goal of this project was to develop low-cost, embedded techniques for defense […]

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