Computer and Network Security

CS155

Stanford School of Engineering


Description

Computer systems security is arguably one of the most critical computer science issues today. Learn how to defend against various attack techniques and build reliable and secure code. Become an authority on privacy and digital rights management; and learn how to protect networks from harmful viruses and threats. Course projects will focus on building reliable code.

Prerequisites

  • Understanding of operating systems, networking protocols, and a basic understanding of programming languages. Programming projects will be done in C, JavaScript, and PHP, but other languages may be needed.
  • Principles of Computer Systems (Stanford Course: CS110)

Topics include

  • Architecting for security, such as securing apps, legacy code, isolation and authentication
  • Web security, such as building robust websites and understanding browser security
  • Network security, such as monitoring and building secure networks
  • Malware, privacy, and security for mobile devices

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