CS 166 - Principles of Cybersecurity

0001 January 1

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I am teaching assistant for CS 166 — Principles of Cybersecurity — fall semester 2019, under Prof J. Eddy.

My office hours for CS 166 are

  • Monday 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
  • Tuesday 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM

or by appointment. My office is E332 Innovation Hall, but office hours will be in E338, the common area immediately outside E332.

Please feel free to email with questions to clayton dot cafiero at (you know the rest)!

Topics - This course builds a strong foundation in the principles of cybersecurity. Topics include an introduction to cybersecurity, fundamental security design principles, programming flaws, malicious code, web and database security; as well as common cryptography algorithms and hashing functions. The course concludes with an overview of computer networks and common network threat vectors.