CIS 751 - Computer and Information SecurityCredits: 3
A comprehensive coverage of computer and information security. Basic cryptography, access control, authentication, authorization, network security, software security, and social aspects of security. The lectures discuss when and where things can go wrong and how design flaws in a system can be exploited to compromise security. Common attack techniques are introduced, and students have the opportunity to work on course projects that cover both the defense and offense aspects in cyberspace.
Not available for credit to students with credit in CIS 551.
Prerequisite: CIS 450 or 520. Students may enroll in CIS courses only if they have earned a grade of C or better for each prerequisite to those courses.
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