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Basic notions of confidentiality, integrity, availability; authentication models; protection models; security kernels; secure programming; audit; intrusion detection and response; operational security issues; physical security issues; personnel security; policy formation and enforcement; access controls; information flow; legal and social issues; identification and authentication in local and distributed systems; classification and trust modeling; and risk assessment.
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The grade will be based on written written assignments (HW),
classroom quizs, (QZ), midterm exam (ME), projects (PR), and final exam (FE), as
Exams are closed books and closed notes.
Homeworks, Quizs, and Projects (tentative)
Academic Honesty and Ethical behavior are required in this course, as it is in all courses at Purdue University. The class will be conducted according to the policy written by Professor Gene Spafford. Please take the time to read it carefully. This will be followed unless the instructor provides written documentation of exceptions.
Students are encouraged to talk with the instructor about any questions you have about what is permitted on any particular assignment.