The video for the November 1, 2017 SERC Talk presented by Dr. William L. Scherlis from Carnegie Mellon University is now available! The Talk explored “The Dilemmas of Cybersecurity – Why is Everything Broken?,” the final Talk of the year, as well as of our 3-part discussion of Cybersecurity series. View the Talk below.
Thank you to everyone who joined and participated in this discussion. As always, we encourage your input and insights during these lively conversations as we strive to create an ongoing and more collaborative dialogue between academia, government and industry sectors of the Systems Engineering community.
Special thanks again to Dr. William L. Scherlis for presenting SERC Talks: “The Dilemmas of Cybersecurity – Why is Everything Broken?” on Wednesday.
“Successfully Applying Agile Methods for High-Criticality Systems” Series
February 7 | Jan Bosch, Professor of Software Engineering, Director Software Center, Chalmers University of Technology
Also presenting in this series:
Phyllis Marbach, INCOSE LA Chapter President; Senior Software Engineer at Boeing – Retired
Robin Yeman, Lockheed Martin Fellow, Lockheed Martin (LM) Information Systems and Global Solution, Agile/DevOpSec SME
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