INET 4007: Security II: Cyber Security

4 Credits

An exploration of information security, how it applies to current networking technologies, and ways these technologies are used and consumed. New authentication methods for securing user data, such as telemetry, biometrics, and N factor authentication, will be surveyed. The course will also look at recent instances of information breaches that have put a spotlight on security, especially as they relate to cloud services, virtual environments, and Internet standards. No prerequisites. Basic knowledge of security issues and processes (detection, risk assessment, technology, secure design, business continuity, forensics, and legal aspects) is recommended. If you have taken INet 4165, you will be well prepared. If you are unsure about whether your knowledge is sufficient for success in this class, contact the instructor.

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