|Secure And Trusted Systems - 16335 - CS 59000 - STS
Associated Term: Spring 2017
Levels: Graduate, Professional, Undergraduate
West Lafayette Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
Learning Outcomes: This course focuses on studying security techniques for trusted computing systems. The course starts with discussing software/system security fundamentals and principals for designing and building trusted computing systems. Then we study comprehensive security oriented hardenning techniques for trusted computing platforms as well as promising new services and applications. Lastly we will cover possible attacks and defenses against trusted computing systems. The course will be mostly based on research papers. Each lecture will cover one research paper, and each student is expected to present a few research papers (one or two) throughout the semester. In order to facilitate discussion, all students are strongly encouraged to read the paper before the class and actively participate the in-class discussion. Students are also required to pick the research topic related to the class, and perform their own research project. More information is available at the course website, https://lifeasageek.github.io/class/cs590-sts/.
Required Materials: The course is based on research papers.
Technical Requirements: Basic knowledge on operating systems and information security.
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