ITIS 8250 - Open Source Security Systems
Credit Hours: (3)
An introduction to the design, implementation, evaluation and maintenance of secure software systems and applications using open source technologies, with an emphasis on hands-on experience. Topics include: open source ecosystems, open source security methodologies and models, notable open source software systems and projects, quality and security assurance through open source, open source supply chain security, major open source cryptographic packages; designing, implementing and maintaining security systems using open source technologies; assessment and regulatory compliance using open source tools, and open source hardware.
Restriction(s): Ph.D. student standing or permission of department.
Cross-listed as: ITIS 6250 .
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