USC Computer Science 530 (CSci 530): Security Systems - Fall 2008

Lecture Friday - 9:00 to 11:45 AM, OHE 122
Clifford Neuman

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Syllabus and Reading List

Course Summary

This class will provide students an overview of systems security, its workings, and its role in protecting data and computing resources. The course begins with a discussion of the fundamental problem and tools in protecting a computing system, and proceeds through the various security services that apply to these systems. By the end of the course, at the highest level, students will be able to:

Pre-Requisites - The student should have already taken CS 402 or passed the department's operating system diagnostic exam.


Instructors and Assistants



Course Grade Components

Academic Integrity

Other readings

Course content

Exams from Prior years