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CourseSchedule - IS2150/TEL2810 Introduction to Security...

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1 IS2150/TEL2810 Introduction to Security Tentative Course Schedule Week # Topic Objective : The students are expected to have the following capability after the lecture Testing Week 1 Sept 1 Introduction (Chapter 1) Define/Describe/explain some key security terms Describe/explain the importance of trust, assurance and operational issues within the security area Homework 1 (2 Weeks) Week 2 Sept 8 Secure Design Principles; Access control in Unix and Windows Explain the secure design principles and its importance Recognize the basic access control mechanism in OS Use access control commands to manipulate permissions in the OS Quiz 1 : (for Week 1) Lab 1 (2 Weeks) Week 3 Sep 15 Mathematical Review; Security Policy Write a sentence in logic form and interpret the logic expressions Solve problems using mathematical induction Interpret , analyze and construct lattice structures Quiz 2 (for Week 2) Homework 2 (1 Week) Week 4 Sep 22 HRU Access
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This note was uploaded on 11/02/2009 for the course SIS 2150 taught by Professor Joshi during the Spring '09 term at Philadelphia.

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