Audrey J. Dorofee
Audrey Dorofee is a senior member of the technical staff in the Networked Systems Survivability Program at the Software Engineering Institute (SEI). She is responsible for developing, transitioning, and training security risk management methods, tools, and techniques. She is currently working on OCTAVE and other areas in the security domain. Prior to this work, Dorofee was developing and delivering software and systems development risk management practices and was project lead for risk management in the Risk Program at the SEI.
Prior to joining the SEI, Dorofee was a member of the technical staff with the MITRE Corporation in Houston, Texas, supporting various types of work for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), including Space Station software environments, user interfaces, and expert systems. Before MITRE, she was a NASA electronics engineer at the Kennedy Space Center, working with the Space Shuttle Launch Processing System.
Dorofee's most recent publications have focused on risk management. She is coauthor of the OCTAVE Method Implementation Guide and the Continuous Risk Management Guidebook. Among her other publications are "Putting Risk Management into Practice," R. Williams, J. Walker, A. Dorofee. IEEE Software, May/June 1997, Piscataway, New Jersey; "Team Risk Management: A New Model for Customer-Supplier Relationships," R. Higuera et al. (CMU/SEI-94-SR-5). Pittsburgh, PA: Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, 1994; "Overview and Analysis of National Space Transportation System Fault Management," A. Dorofee. (MTR-92W00026). McLean, VA: The MITRE Corporation, 1992; "Space Station Freedom Advanced Automation: Evolution with Environments: A Plan for the Software Support Environment," A. Dorofee. (MTR- 89W00271-03). McLean, VA: The MITRE Corporation, 1989; and "SUIM: An Alternative for Developing and Effecting User Interfaces," L. Ambrose et al. (MTR-90W00020). McLean, VA: The MITRE Corporation, 1989.