Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC) 2012

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Panel: Growing the Skills Required for Trustworthy Software

Wednesday, 5 December 2012
13:30 - 15:00

Diamond

Chair: Ian Bryant

Software forms an intrinsic and indivisible element of the emergent cyberspace domain, yet is contingent upon a variety of diverse participants and private firms, non-profit organisations, governments and individuals. It is therefore vital that intrinsic challenges to software are recognised and treated such that a trustworthy software ecosystem can be formed. This panel will include representatives from the public and private sectors in differing countries to discuss the breadth and depth of skills issues that need to be addressed to ensure that all sectors and disciplines appropriately specify, realise and use software that is safe, reliable, available, resilient and secure.

Panelists:

Ian Bryant, Technical Director, UK Trustworthy Software Initiative

Joe Jarzombek, Director for Software Assurance, US Department of Homeland Security

Dr Carol Woody, Technical Lead, Survivability Analysis, Software Engineering Institute

 

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