EE 515/IS 523: Security 101: Think Like an Adversary
Class Homepage: http://syssec.kaist.ac.kr/courses/ee515
Read this document very carefully, as it defines what is required to perform effectively in this class.
Every scientific research starts from finding new problems. Likewise, the most important step in security research is to discover new attacks. Today, media is filled with attacks on various systems: Web servers, DNS, Internet banking, e-voting systems, cellular networks, social networks, mobile phones, nuclear power plants, and implantable medical devices. These attacks are originated from various vulnerabilities, such as user interface design, ignorance or security by obscurity, deployment mistakes, and physical exposure. The main objective of this course is to learn how to think like an adversary. In other words, we will look at various ingenuous attacks and discuss why and how such attacks were possible. This is first crucial step to design and deploy systems robust against various attacks.
Instructor: Yongdae Kim
Office: EE 1226, 291 Daehangno, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon, 305-701, Republic of Korea
Lecture: MW 4:00pm - 5:30pm, EE 2217
Office hours: MW 2:45 ~ 3:45 pm (Also possible by sending me an e-mail)
Course content : Security Fundamentals, Frequent Failures from user interface/data mining/software engineering, Case studies of various attacks on Peer-to-peer system, Social Networks, Cellular Networks, Botnets, Cloud Computing, Internet Control Plane, Medical devices, Automobiles, Crypto implementation, Hardware, etc.
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