Julia Allen

Julia Allen is a senior member of the technical staff within the CERT Program at the Software Engineering Institute (SEI), a unit of Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA. Allen is engaged in developing and transitioning executive outreach programs in enterprise security and governance, as well as conducting research in software security and assurance. Prior to this technical assignment, Ms. Allen served as acting Director of the SEI for an interim period of six months, as well as Deputy Director/Chief Operating Officer for three years. Before joining the SEI, she was a vice president in embedded systems software development for Science Applications International Corporation, and managed large software development programs for TRW (now Northrop Grumman).

How to Increase Application Security through Secure Software Development

/images/stories/70x50/bug_knowledgecenter_70x70_(2).jpgGenerally, we think of security in either of two ways: as an operational IT issue focused on defending our computers and networks from attackers and security breaches, or we...

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