Cybersecurity is such an important topic today and understanding its implications
is paramount in the security profession
Examine the National Initiative for Cyber Security Education and
describe the initiative.
The National Initiative for Cybersecurity E
RISK ASSESSMENT
1
Risk Assessment
Nishi Rahman
Dr. Gideon Nwatu
CIS 502: Theories of Security Management
March 18th, 2014
RISK ASSESSMENT
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Table of contents
Abstract.3
Network, interconnection, and communication environment of GFI.4
GFI network risks.6
N
CIS 502 Assignments and Rubrics
Technical Paper: Risk Assessment
Global Finance, Inc. Network Diagram
Above is the Global Finance, Inc. (GFI) network diagram. GFI has grown rapidly this past year and
acquired many network devices as displayed in the diagr
Technical Paper: Risk Assessment
Abstract
GFI has grown rapidly this past year and acquired many network devices as displayed in
the diagram. The company invested in the network and designed it to be fault tolerant and
resilient from any network failures.
BRAC University
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
CSE 220: Data Structures
Extend the previous lab for Graphs so that you now detect for presence of cycles in a graph.
[Using modified BFS or DFS]
Sample Input:
/ A graph adjacency
8 /node numb
Binary search trees
Binary Search Trees
Table of contents
I.
Introduction
II.
Operations on binary search trees
III.
Performance of binary search trees
IV.
Discussion
Introduction
See Sedgewick sections 5.4-5.6 for general discussion on trees, and 5.7 for
Memoization
Table of contents
I.
Introduction
II.
Example using the Fibonacci sequence
III.
Summary
Introduction
To develop a recursive algorithm or solution, we first have to define the problem (and the
recursive definition, often the hard part), and the
Basic searching and sorting
Table of contents
I.
Introduction
II.
Searching
a.
b.
III.
Sequential search
Binary search
Sorting
a.
b.
Selection sort
c.
IV.
Bubble sort
Insertion sort
Discussion
Introduction
We sort because we want to search faster, and tha
Trees
Trees
Table of contents
I.
Introduction
II.
Types of trees
o
Free trees
o
Rooted trees
o
Ordered trees
o
M-ary treesar
III.
Binary trees
Recursive definitions and representations
o
Binary trees
o
M-ary trees
o
Free trees
o
Rooted trees
o
Ordered tre
Stacks
Table of contents
1. Introduction
2. Stack applications
3. Stack implementation
4. Array based implementation
5. Linked list based implementation
Introduction
A Stack is a restricted ordered sequence in which we can only add to and remove from one
Circular array manipulation
Table of contents
1. Introduction
2. Moving a cursor forward and backward
3. Iteration over the elements in a circular array
4. Linearizing a circular array
5. Resizing a circular array
6. Inserting an element in a circular arr
Priority Queues
Priority Queues
Table of contents
I.
Introduction
II.
Implementation
a.
b.
Sorted array
c.
III.
Unsorted array
Heap
Discussion
Introduction
You need to deposit a check at your bank, and so you go to the bank and there you see a single
coun
Array manipulation
Arrays in Java
We looked at the basics of Java's built-in arrays, starting from creating an array to iterating over
the elements of an array, as well as at a few typical array manipulations in class today. See the
link to a complete imp
Recursion
Recursion
Table of contents
I.
Introduction
II.
Recursive definitions
III.
Recursive programming
IV.
Examples
V.
Issues/problems to watch out for
VI.
Discussion
Introduction
Recursion is a way of thinking about problems, and a method for solving
Linked List manipulation
Linked lists in Java
Table of contents
1. Creating a list of elements
2. Iteration over the elements in a list
3. Counting the number of elements in a list
4. Getting an element given the index into a list
5. Setting an element gi
BRAC University
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
CSE 220: Data Structures
Task 1
Implement a MyBSTree ADT that is a binary search tree ADT.
Elements
The elements in a binary search tree are of generic type TreeElement. Each TreeElement has a
BRAC University
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
CSE 220: Data Structures
Task 1
Implement a MyLinkedList ADT that is a singly-linked-list-based list ADT with finite memory.
Elements
The elements in MyLinkedList are MyNode that consists of a
BRAC University
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
CSE 220: Data Structures
Task 1
Implement a recursive algorithm to find factorial of n.
Task 2
Implement a recursive algorithm to find the n-th Fibonacci number
Task 3
Implement a recursive al
BRAC University
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
CSE 220: Data Structures
Lab 05
Program
You have to implement a waiting room management system in an emergency ward of a hospital.
Your program will assign an Id number to a patient in a first
BRAC University
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
CSE 220: Data Structures
Lab 04
Input
Your program will take an arithmetic expression as an input. For Example:
1 + 2 * (3 / 4)
1 + 2 * [3 * 3 + cfw_4 5 (6 (7/8/9) + 10) 11 + (12*8)] + 14
1 +
BRAC University
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
CSE 220: Data Structures
Lab 02
Task 1
Implement a MyString ADT.
Elements
An empty array of characters.
Structure of the Elements
A collection of characters. The characters in a string are in
CSE 220: Data Structures
GRAPHS
Create implementations for Breadth First Search
Run your methods on several graphs showing the different connected components. A sample
graph will be given on the board and necessary theories will be taught in lab and class
BRAC University
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
CSE220: Data Structure
Lab 01
Task 1
Write a Java program that will keep the records of BRAC University Books.
Book Class
The program should contain a Book class with the following fields:
Nam
BRAC University
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
CSE 220: Data Structures
Lab 03
Task 1
Implement a MyOrderList ADT that is a circular singly-linked-list-based ordered (sorted) list
ADT.
Elements
The elements in an order list are Nodes consi
Dummy headed doubly linked circular list
Dummy Headed Doubly Linked Circular lists
(DHDLC) in Java
Table of contents
1. Introduction
2. Creating a list of elements
3. Iteration over the elements in a list
4. Inserting an element into a list
5. Removing an
Arrays in Java
8/11/11 1:06 PM
Arrays in Java
We looked at the basics of Java's built-in arrays, starting from creating an array to iterating over the
elements of an array, as well as at a few typical array manipulations in class today. See the link to a
Introduction to Graphs
Graphs
Table of contents
I.
Introduction
II.
Graph terminology
o
Directed and undirected graphs
Directed acyclic graphs
o
o
III.
Weighted and unweighted graphs
Other graph terms
Data structures and representations
o
Adjacency Matrix
APPLICATION AND TECHNOLOGY ARCHITECTURES
Application and Technology Architectures
Nishi Rahman
Dr. Sayed I. Hussein
CIS 510: Advanced Systems Analysis and Design
April 27, 2014
1
APPLICATION AND TECHNOLOGY ARCHITECTURES
2
Abstract
In 1975, Reliable Pharma
CREATING A CONTEXT DIAGRAM
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Creating a Context Diagram
Nishi Rahman
Dr. Sayed I. Hussein
CIS 510: Advanced Systems Analysis and Design
May 7th, 2014
CREATING A CONTEXT DIAGRAM
Creating a Context Diagram
Creating a context diagram using Visio
2
CREATING A
THE PROJECT PLAN
1
The Project Plan
Nishi Rahman
Dr. Sayed I. Hussein
CIS 510: Advanced Systems Analysis and Design
June 10th, 2014
THE PROJECT PLAN
2
The Project Plan
As the project manager for this project, develop a scope statement
Project scope statem