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SECB433: Systems security Lab

Description:This laboratory course provides practical training and hands-on experience on Security aspects of Mobile Code and System Architecture. Main topics include Buffer overflow; program security; web security; Operating System and Database security; Biometrics; Steganography; Security aspects of Monitoring and Embedded systems.
Credit Hours.:1
Coordinator: Kadhim Hayawi
Topics Outline:
  1. Buffer overflow.
  2. Program Security-Malware & Spyware.
  3. 3. Web security.
  4. Database security.
  5. Operating systems security.
  6. Biometrics.
  7. Physical tamper resistance.
  8. Monitoring systems and smart meters.
  9. Covert channels and Steganography.
  10. Embedded systems.
  11. Fault Tolerant Systems
Outcomes:
  1. Hands-on evaluations of Virus attacks and malicious code threats.
  2. Hands-on evaluations of Cross-site Scripting attack and SQL injection.
  3. Hands-on evaluation of biometric security systems.
  4. Identify vulnerabilities in programming and measures to protection.
  5. Understand the security aspects of distributed systems.
  6. Identify the basic concepts of system security architectures, their quality attributes, and their interactions
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Pre-requisiteSECB358: Network Border Controls
Co-requisite SECB432: Networks Security Lab
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