This subject provides a broad overview of information security concepts, with an emphasis on combating security threats to operating systems, computer programs, databases and networked systems. Students will also study foundational security policies that stipulate requirements about integrity, confidentiality and availability. Techniques for implementing these policies are also investigated, including memory management techniques, access control mechanisms, user authentication, and networking tools.
School of Computing and Mathematics
Only available to postgraduate students. Not available to students who have completed ITC529 or ITC567.
ITC567 Covered similar concepts
ITC529 Covered similar concepts
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