Carnegie Mellon University, Software Engineering Institute
Cybersecurity & Software Capabilities for the US Air Force.
Since 1984, the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) has served the nation as a federally funded research and development center operated by Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), an institution renowned for its highly rated computer science and engineering programs. As part of CMU, the SEI serves as a national resource and pioneers the leading edge of emerging technologies, cybersecurity, software acquisition, and software lifecycle assurance.
The SEI works closely with the intelligence community, defense and government organizations, industry, and academia to improve software-intensive systems. Through its applied R&D and advanced technology development, the SEI aims to accelerate innovation across the software development and acquisition lifecycle and in cybersecurity. It also identifies and applies emerging software solutions to meet critical needs, and develops advanced methods and technologies to counter substantial, sophisticated cybersecurity threats.
Brands: Emerging technologies, cybersecurity, software acquisition, and software lifecycle assurance.