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Lecture 1 1 CIS 3360 Lecture1- Introduction to Computer Security Ratan K. Guha, Spring 2010 January 11, 2010
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Lecture 1 2 Multi-Disciplinary Minor in Secure Computing and Networks (SCAN) http://www.cs.ucf.edu/it/SCANminor.html CoreCourses (9 hours) ElectiveCourses (9 hours) Required course for CS and IT majors CIS 3360 and CIS 3362
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OfficeHours and GTA OfficeHEC 244, Email: [email protected] M 4:30 – 5:30 pm, T 2:00 – 3:30 PM W 4:30 – 5:30 pm, GTA: Shafaq Chaudhry; OfficeHEC 301, Email: [email protected] T 10:00 – 11:30 am, F 10:30 – 12:00 noon GTA: Jaruwan Mesit; OfficeHEC 301, Email: [email protected] W 1:00 – 2:30 pm, Th 3:00 – 5:00 pm Lecture 1 3
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Tentative Assignments and Grading Breakdown: Eight homework assignments will be given. Students will submit assignments on Webct (20%) One programming assignment: 5% Exam 1 (one week beforewithdrawl date): 20% Exam 2: 25% Final Exam: 30% Note: +/- grades may begiven in this course if deemed appropriate Lecture 1 4
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Special Notes No Late programming assignment will be accepted. Students will submit assignment in Webct. For makeup examination, theremust be valid reason and should be discussed beforethe exam. Academic Dishonesty Policy: All assignments must be doneindividually. If you cheat, you are entitled to a lower grade, “F” in the course, or more severe penalties. If you haveany problem, comeand see theinstructor or TAs and discuss your problem. Do not wait till the end of thesemester Lecture 1 5
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Important Dates January 11: Classes begin January 18 (M): No Class February 10 (W): Lecture+ Review for thefirst examination February 15 (M): First examination + Survey – Segment I March 5 (F): Withdrawal deadline March 8 – 13 (M - S): Spring Break March 29 (M): Second examination + Survey – Segment II April 26 (M): Review for thefinal examination April 26 (M): Last day of class May 3 (M): Final Examination 10:00 am – 12:50 pm + Survey - Comprehensive Lecture 1 6
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Lecture 1 7 Security in Computing
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