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CSE 425, Introduction to Computer Security Chapter 0. Course Overview © 2008 by Wayne R. Dyksen. All Rights Reserved. 0-1 Michigan State University Department of Computer Science and Engineering Course Overview Professor Wayne Dyksen Department of Computer Science and Engineering Michigan State University Spring 2008 CSE 425, Introduction to Computer Security 0-2 Tacoma Narrows Bridge 0-3 Tacoma Narrows Bridge 0-4 Tacoma Narrows Bridge 0-5 Tacoma Narrows Bridge Solution – Engineers studied the wind and built a new bridge. – The bridge “learned” about the wind. Challenge For Security Engineering Imagine If Subsequently… – The wind studied the new bridge. – The wind learned about the new bridge. 0-6 Software vs Security Engineering • (Computer) Software Engineering – Design and build a (computer) program or system that works in spite of mistakes and random errors. – “Programming Murphy’s Computer” • Computer Security Engineering – Design and build a computer program or system that works in spite of attempts by intelligent and malicious adversaries to ensure that things fail in the worst possible way at the worst possible time. – “Programming Satan’s Computer”
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CSE 425, Introduction to Computer Security Chapter 0. Course Overview © 2008 by Wayne R. Dyksen. All Rights Reserved. 0-2 Michigan State University Department of Computer Science and Engineering
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This note was uploaded on 07/25/2008 for the course CSE 331 taught by Professor M.mccullen during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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