Network security is one of the most important computer science issues today. It helps businesses meet mandatory compliance regulations, protect customer data, and reduce the risk of legal action. Without a secure infrastructure and the expertise to remedy an issue, critical performance functions for users and computer programs may not be executable.
This course covers the latest practices for building reliable and secure code to defend against various attack techniques, harmful viruses and threats.
You Will Learn
Application security measures
How to identify operating system holes
The important interplay of privacy and digital rights management
Trends in malware, privacy and security for mobile devices
Ways to prevent network attacks and gaps in security policy
Dan Boneh, Professor of Computer Science and of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
John Mitchell, Professor of Computer Science and, by courtesy, of Electrical Engineering and of Education, Stanford University