Overview; intro to computer security

Security in Computing (3rd Edition)

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1 August 29, 2005 © Doug Tygar, 2005 (cs161.org) CS 194-1 (CS 161) Class Introduction Doug Tygar ([email protected]) August 29, 2005 cs161.org August 29, 2005 © Doug Tygar, 2005 (cs161.org) CS 161 (194-1) basic facts This is a class about computer security 4 units This is an experimental class – if successful, it will become CS 161 To take this class, you need patience, an open mind, and willingness to work hard August 29, 2005 © Doug Tygar, 2005 (cs161.org) Adding this class If you are an upper division declared major and currently on the waiting list you have a good chance of getting in work with Michael-David Sasson If you want to add and aren’t in already get on the waiting list asap! August 29, 2005 © Doug Tygar, 2005 (cs161.org) Berkeley – leader in security research TRUST (Berkeley leads consortium) DETER (Berkeley leads consortium) ACCURATE NEST Crypto research Security and HCI Security for NSF, DoD, DHS, USPS, DOE, etc August 29, 2005 © Doug Tygar, 2005 (cs161.org) Instructors Anthony Joseph ([email protected]) 675 Soda Doug Tygar ([email protected]) 531 Soda and 307B South Umesh Vazirani ([email protected]) 671 Soda David Wagner ([email protected]) 629 Soda August 29, 2005 © Doug Tygar, 2005 (cs161.org) TAs (so far …) Jeff Kalvass [email protected] Sandia “red teaming”, Google Adwords fraud detector “PrivacyLink”, “NetState” Rusty Sears [email protected] LeadScope, Microsoft Research security, knowledge representation, programming languages, AI Ivan Tam [email protected] Information architecture, security & HCI, and MMPRGs
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