MS&E332 - Security and Risk in Computer Networks

Risk management of large scale computing and networking systems with respect to security, data integrity, performance collapse, and service disruption. Qualitative and analytical basis for assessment, modeling, control, and mitigation of network risks. Stochastic risk models. Contact process. Random fields on networks. Virus and worm propagation dynamics and containment. Denial of service attacks. Intruder detection technologies. Distributed network attacks and countermeasures. Disaster recovery networks. Network protection services and resource placement. Autonomic self-defending networks. Economics of risk management. Emphasis is on analytics and quantitative methods.
Career
Graduate
Grading Basis
ROP - Letter or Credit/No Credit
Min
3
Max
3
Course Repeatable for Degree Credit?
No

Course Component
Lecture
Enrollment Optional?
No