Computer and Information Security

Computer Science 343

Usual Description

This class will introduce students to fundamental concepts in computer and information security. Topics that may be covered include: threats and vulnerabilities, malicious software, defensive programming techniques, basic cryptography, models of security, auditing, intrusion detection, basic database security, digital rights management, and issues of laws and ethics related to information security. This course is designed to present a broad survey of the field rather than an in depth study of a particular portion.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Computer Science 343 Taught by Benjamin Kuperman
Computer Science 343 Taught by Benjamin Kuperman
Computer Science 343
Computer Science 343 Taught by Benjamin Kuperman
Computer Science 343 Taught by Benjamin Kuperman
Computer Science 343 Taught by Benjamin Kuperman