CSC347H5 • Introduction to Information Security

Description

An investigation of many aspects of modern information security. Major topics cover: Techniques to identify and avoid common software development flaws which leave software vulnerable to crackers. Utilizing modern operating systems security features to deploy software in a protected environment. Common threats to networks and networked computers and tools to deal with them. Cryptography and the role it plays in software development, systems security and network security.

Prerequisites
Enrolment Limits
Priority is given to students enrolled in Computer Science Specialist, Information Security Specialist, Bioinformatics Specialist or Computer Science Major programs.
Distribution Requirement
Science
Total Instructional Hours
24L/12P
Mode of Delivery
In Class
Program Area
Computer Science