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CSCE 727  CSCE 727  Information Warfare Information Warfare Spring 2011 Spring 2011
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CSCE 727 - Farkas 2 Instructor: Csilla Farkas Class time: W 5:30 – 8:15 pm Class Homepage: http://www.cse.sc.edu/~farkas/csce727-2011/csce727.htm Office Hours: 3:45 pm – 5:00 pm, electronically, or by appointment
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CSCE 727 - Farkas 3 Prerequisite(s) or corequisite(s): CSCE 522 or permission of instructor Course objectives: Introduction to information warfare principles and technologies. Defensive information warfare Offensive information warfare
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CSCE 727 - Farkas 4 Basic Bibliography Basic Bibliography Required: D. Denning: Information Warfare and Security (Addison Wesley, 1998, ISBN: 0201433036) L. Armistead: Information Warfare (Potomac Books Inc., 2007, ISBN: 1-59797-058-7) Lecture handouts and references listed for each lecture Recommended: Silent Warfare Understanding the World of Intelligence by Abraham N. Shulsky and Gary J. Schmitt, Brassey’s, Inc. Third Edition, ISBN: 1-57488-345-3 Strategic Warfare in Cyberspace by Gregory J. Rattray , MIT Press; 2001 , ISBN: 0262182092
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CSCE 727 - Farkas 5 Student Work Student Work Research project : there will be one individual or small group (max. 2students) research project with a final submission of a research proposal. Homework and class participation : there will be several homework assignments based on textbook material and reading assignments. Test : there will be one take home test.
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CSCE 727 - Farkas 6 GRADING GRADING Research project: 35% Homework assignments: 20% Presentation of related work: 10%) Test: 35% Final grades are calculated from a total score of 100: 90 < A 87 < B+ <= 90 80 < B <= 87 75 < C+ <= 80 65 < C <= 75 60 < D+ <= 65 50 < D <= 60
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CSCE 727 - Farkas 7 Tentative Schedule Tentative Schedule Week 1: Introduction to Information Systems Security, Theory of Information Warfare (Denning Chapters 1, 2) Week 2: Playgrounds to Battlegrounds (Denning Chapter 3), Offensive and Defensive Information Warfare, Opens Sources and Perception Management (Denning Chapters 4, 5) Week 3: Intelligence, Corporate Espionage (Denning Chapters 6) , Cyber Crime – Fraud and Abuse (Denning Chapters 7,8,9) Week 4: Monitoring – Eavesdropping, Traffic Analysis, Hacking, Identity Theft Week 5: Defensive Information Warfare (Denning Chapters 11, 12), Access Control, Firewalls (Denning Chapters 13) Week 6: Vulnerability Monitoring, Security Policy (Denning Chapter 14) Week 7: Incident Handling., National Security (Denning Chapter 15), International Policy Week 8: Information Warfare Overview Weeks 9-15: Student Presentations
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8 Questions? Questions?
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