E6998: Cybersecurity -Technology, Policy and Law | S. Bellovin
Undergraduate and Graduate Lecture
Course Time TBD
This course will bring together professors and select students from three schools to discuss how different disciplines solve cybersecurity issues. Classes will cover the technical underpinnings of the Internet and computer security; the novel legal aspects from technology, crime and national security; and the various policy problems and solutions involved in this new field. Class discussion will range freely between the technologies and implications of cyber security, crime, and conflict.
Prerequisites: Instructor’s permission. Selected topics in computer science. Content varies from year to year. May be repeated for credit.
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