Introduction - CSE468/598 Computer and Network Security 1...

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1 CSE468/598 Computer and Network Security
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2 Course Information Instructor: Huang, Dijiang ( ) Office: BYENG (BrickYard ENGineering wing) 470 (4th floor) Phone: 965-2776 E-mail: dijiang@asu.edu Office hours Monday and Wednesday 11:40am-12:30pm at BYENG 470 or by appointment if hours are not convenient Classroom: BYAC 260 Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (10:45am-11:35am)
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3 Prerequisites and Course Materials We do not have prerequisites for this course. However for senior undergraduate students or who have taken CSE434 Computer Networks are highly encouraged. No text book. Lecture notes are provided. In addition, we also collect materials from the web.
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4 Project and Labs We are going to have 4-6 (?) individual projects and an optional team project (required for graduate students).
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5 Course Website 1. Go to http://myasucourses.asu.edu/ 2. Course website http://dj.eas.asu.edu/courses/CSE468-598/2009fall/index.html 1. login and look for CSE468/598 course page. To be able to login to the myASU site, you need to have an ASURITE account. Activating your ASURITE UserID is a self-service process. You can activate your account by visiting the ASURITE Activation Web site ( https://author1.asu.edu/cgi-bin/WebObjects/APSelfSub ) There are also special terminals set aside just for activating accounts and adding new services. The largest of which is in Computing Commons. The process takes about fifteen minutes.
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6 TA(Teaching Assistants): TBD
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7 Class Goals This course helps students learn network security techniques through various network analytic and diagnostic tools. How to use network analytic and diagnostic tools to monitor
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2009 for the course CSE 598 taught by Professor Huang during the Fall '09 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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