CS3645 Cyber Threats and Mitigation

This course will cover threats to information systems within the enterprise and will provide students with options for their mitigation. An objective of the course is to allow the student to understand the potential losses associated with today's major threats in terms of data disclosure, alteration or disruption of data, and the costs associated with mitigation techniques. Topics include: current state of the art in virus, worm and Trojan technology; botnets and their uses; common attack vectors and mitigations; data exfiltration techniques; intrusion detection and prevention systems; application log analysis. Security Clearance Required. Classified and unclassified versions available.

Prerequisite

CS3600

Lecture Hours

3

Lab Hours

0

Quarter Offered

  • As Required