Email: shao -at- utdallas.edu
Office: ECSS 3.705
Office hours: 3:30-4:30 pm Thursday (via MS Teams)
|Class time:||4-6:45 pm Friday|
|Class TA:||Shuo Li|
CS 6349 is a graduate-level network security course. We will cover theoretical and practical aspects of network security. Topics include cryptography and its applications, TCP/IP-based vulnerabilities, denial-of-service attacks, protocol issues, worms and botnets, web security, detection and defense mechanisms.
CS 5390 Computer Networks is a pre-requisite.
Textbook and Reading List
The course has no mandatory textbook. The topics will be covered in lectures. The recommended books are:
- Network Security, Private Communication in a Public World by Kaufman, Perlman, Speciner, 2nd edition.
- Introduction to Network Security — Theory and Practice by Jie Wang and Zachary Kissel, Wiley.
The grade will be computed based on the following components:
- 30% Homework Assignments
- 30% Midterm Exam
- 40% Final Exam
- Homework Assignments will include written and programming assignments. There will be 3-4 assignmentss.
- Midterm and Final Exams are based on the lectures and homeworks.
Tentative Course Schedule
The lecture schedule is subject to change based on the course progress.
|09/18||Network Attacks II|
|10/09||Protocol Security II|
|10/23||Web Security II|
|10/30||Web Security III|
|11/06||Malware, Spam and Botnets|
|11/13||Detection and Defense|