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Computer Science 525: Principles of Computer Security

The university calendar entry for CPSC525 describes the course as:

Security policies and protection mechanisms for a computing system, including such topics as design principles of protection systems, authentication and authorization, reference monitors, security architecture of popular platforms, formal modeling of protection systems, discretionary access control, safety analysis, information flow control, integrity, role-based access control. Legal and ethical considerations will be introduced.

Course Hours: H(3-2T)

Prerequisite(s): Computer Science 457 and Mathematics 271 or 273.

Antirequisite(s): Credit for both Computer Science 525 and 529 will not be allowed.

Notes: Computer Science 329 is recommended as preparation for this course.

The CPSC Summary page for CPSC 525