I230 Analytical Foundations of Security
Fall 2016

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Course Information

Class meetings Lectures
Section Hill:
2:30–3:45pm, Tues/Thur Ballantine Hall 304

Section Zeller:
2:30–3:45pm, Mon/Wed Woodburn Hall 004

Instructors Dr. Raquel Hill
Email alias: ralhill
Office Hours: Tues 4–4:45pm, or by appointment
Office: Lindley Hall 230E

Tom Zeller
Email alias: zeller
Office hours: By Appointment

Associate Instructors (AI) Jacob Abbot
Derrick Baines: dbaines
Anup Bharadwaj: anupbhar
Abu Saleh MD Noman: amdnoman
Shruti Rachh: srachh

Lab office hours: TBD

Textbook GT (Required): Introduction to Computer Security,
by Goodrich and Tamassia.
Prerequisites Required
I-130: Introduction to Cybersecurity

Basic familiarity of some programming language is assumed.

Course Description

From the course catalog: This course will enable students to reevaluate and conceptualize material learned in discrete courses to consider the topics from their perspective of security. For example, computer system basics such as hardware (CPUs, memory) and software are reconsidered from the perspective of how their interactions create vulnerabilities. Vulnerabilities that combine standard hardware and software configurations will be examined because they illuminate both security and computer networks. Operating systems and file systems are examined from the perspective of access control, permissions, and availability of system services.