Computer Engineering & Computer Science (CECS)
348. Introduction to Information Security, Privacy, and Societal Implications (3)
- Prerequisites: Junior standing, computer literacy, and familiarity with PC and Internet.
- Provides basic understanding of some general principles of computer and information security, privacy, business/societal implications. Discussions, demonstrations, and exercises. Overview of underlying security principles, methodologies and products, privacy/societal implications, and concept of "Trustworthy" computing for security in organizations and personal computer/internet use.
- (Lecture-discussion 3 hours) Letter grade only (A-F).
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Computer Engineering &Computer Science (CECS)
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CECS Lower Division
CECS Upper Division Courses 300 - 424
CECS Upper Division Courses 428 - 497
CECS Graduate Courses 519/619 - 590/690
CECS Graduate Courses 621/521 - 698