|Class||Tu/Th 11:00-12:15, 3118 CSIC|
|Office hours||Tu 3:00-4:00, 3411 AVW, or by appointment|
This course will cover advanced topics in computer and network security, including (but not limited to): anonymity, privacy, memory safety, malware, denial of service attacks, trusted hardware, security design principles, and empirically measuring security "in the wild". This will be a largely paper-driven course (there is no textbook), preparing students for research in (or around) the broad area of security. Students will gain first-hand experience launching attacks in controlled environments.
This will be a qualifying course.
The bulk of the grade will come from a semester-long project.
There will be a midterm (10%) and final exam (20%).
Each lecture will begin with an attack presentation by a small group.
Respond to each week's papers.
Engage in class discussions.
Meet with Dave one-on-one to discuss something unrelated to class.
There are no required texts. Papers and various resources will be provided throughout the semester.
Saturday, May 13, 8:00am-10:00pm
(Check the official campus schedule for updates.)