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CSCI 3640: Computer and Information Security at HPU, Spring 2012

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CSCI 3640: Computer and Information Security at HPU, Spring 2012

Time: January 23, 2012 at 2pm to February 2, 2012 at 5pm
Location: HPU downtown Honolulu, Freer Center room 107
Street: Fort St. Mall
City/Town: Honolulu
Website or Map: http://www.hpu.edu
Phone: (808) 544-0814
Event Type: class
Organized By: Dr. Milica Barjaktarovic
Latest Activity: Jan 31, 2012

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Event Description

Computer security is an area with 0% unemployment! This hands-on class runs from Jan 27 till May 11, 2012.

The class uses lecture and labs to cover the basics of computer security. The class can be used as a stepping stone for COMP TIA Security+ and CISSP certifications. 

The class will cover Unix and system administration on Unix, computer networks, software engineering, and management aspects. We will install and run various programs on Unix, write cryptographic and other code, and discuss/implement planning, budgeting, hiring, physical security, and other issues.

Based on the needs and suggestions of the students in the class, the class might focus on different topics.

Each student will do a supervised individual project of their choice.

You can take this course even if not an HPU student: http://www.hpu.edu/admissions/specialstatus.html Cost is $990 plus one off $220 registration fee for non HPU students.

Feel free to contact the instructor at mbarjaktarovic@hpu.edu.

Class is offered at HPU downtown campus and meets on Fridays, 2p.m.-4:55p.m. in Freer center on Fort St. Mall, downtown Honolulu, from Jan. 27 to May 6, 2012. Registration ends on Feb. 2.

Student Learning Outcomes:

·        basic literacy in Unix
·        basic literacy in computer security terminology
·        understanding of the overall process of computer and information security
·        understanding the key concepts of host and network intrusion detection, firewall perimeters, probing
·        Ability to install and run software and understand basic attack patterns
 
The class will have extensive hands-on lab time during class and a supervised individual project of student's choice.
 

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