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SE 578 Security Engineering 3.0 Credits

This course introduces students to foundational concepts pertaining to the broad area of security engineering. It starts with the central concept of a security protocol, and proceeds to human-computer interface issues, access control, crypto, and distributed system security. The course considers security from the viewpoint of different interest groups such as companies, consumers, criminals, police, and spies. Students also partake in a study of at least one of a number of important application areas, such as, for example, military communications, medical record systems, cash machines, and mobile phones.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CS 502 [Min Grade: C] and CS 503 [Min Grade: C]

Cybersecurity MS

...Track and Electrical & Computer Engineering must take SE 578 . ** If enrolled in the Computer Science...

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