Distinguished University Professor
Department of Computer Science, North Carolina State University
Software security lies at the intersection of software engineering and cybersecurity — building security into a product. Software security techniques focus on preventing the injection of vulnerabilities and detecting the vulnerabilities that make their way into a product or the deployment pipeline before the product is released. Increasingly, artificial intelligence is being used to power software security techniques to aid organizations in deploying secure products.
This talk will present a landscape of research and practice at the intersection of software engineering, cybersecurity, and artificial intelligence to solve cybersecurity challenges. The talk will also present research projects conducted by the speaker’s own research group.
Biography: Laurie Williams is a Distinguished University Professor in the Computer Science Department of the College of Engineering at North Carolina State University (NCSU). Laurie is a co-director of the NCSU Science of Security Lablet sponsored by the National Security Agency, the NCSU Secure Computing Institute, and is the Principal Cybersecurity Technologist of the SecureAmerica Institute. Laurie’s research focuses on software security; agile software development practices and processes, particularly continuous deployment; and software reliability, software testing and analysis. Laurie is an ACM and an IEEE Fellow.
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