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KIT711 Written Reports Due: Weeks 4, 7 and 10 Introduction This assessment is a series of introductory assignments into network security. The goal is for each of you examine problems in systems and networks from a security perspective. Not only will you research a problem, but you will also learn from other students. Assignment Specification This assessment is a series of three individual assignments on a range of topics that will then be peer assessed by other students. This peer assessment itself will then be subject to assessment by the original submitter. This is using a peer review system that many of you may have used previously in KIT707 and KIT708. This system is accessible here The three assignments will be due at 5pm on the Friday of weeks 4 7 and 10. The will be worth a total of 20% of the final mark in the unit. Each assignment should be between 500 and 700 words in length, not including references. The peer review portion will be worth 2% per submission. The written portion of the first topic will be worth 4%, with the written portion for the second and third being worth 5% each. Week 4 Due Friday 5pm on the 22 nd of March This topic is to be based around a news event that is relevant to network security that has occurred in the last two years. There is a very wide range of topics that could be chosen, however, if you have any problems or questions, please contact your unit coordinator or lecturer and ask.
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