Information Tecnology Security
2nd Cycle Studies - Mestrado
BSc in Informatics Engineering or equivalent.
Presentations by the teacher and students in theretical classes; practicall assigments and lab classes by students in PLs.
This course aims to provide students with the technical skills to management of IT security. Aspects of communication systems, computer networks, information systems and organizational distributed systems. Understanding the set of methods and tools to carry out the tasks associated with a specialist in IT security. Concrete goals: Network Security and Communication Systems, Internet Security, Application Security, Privacy aspects of users, Security SI, Security in Databases, E-commerce and distributed systems. IT Security: Troubleshooting, Design and installation of solutions, Defining and implementing security policies of organizations Conducting monitoring and auditing tasks. Skills: Ability to analyze and synthesis in complex problems, solving specific problems within the IT Security. Group work, critical reasoning. Self Study, Research.
1. Basic information security concepts
2. Security in communication systems
3. Security in information systems
4. Internet security
5. Security in e-commerce and electronic transactions
6. Access control, intrusion detection and prevention
7. Security audits and organizational aspects.
João Paulo da Silva Machado Garcia Vilela
Synthesis work: 25.0%
- André Zúquete, Segurança em Redes Informáticas, FCA Editora, 2006.
- Henrique Mamede, Segurança Informática nas Organizações, FCA Editora, 2006.
- Jorge Granjal, Gestão de Sistemas e Redes em Linux, FCA Editora 2010
- Chris Brendan, Mastering Network Security, Sybil Network Press, 1998
- Morioka Kaeo, Designing Network Security, Cisco Press, 1999
- Anónimo, Maximum Security : A Hacker's Guide to Protecting Your Internet Site and Network (2 ed), SAMS, 1998
- William Stallings, Cryptography and Network Security: Principles and Practice, Prentice Hall, 1999
- Uyless Black, PPP and L2TP remote Access Communications, Prentice Hall, 1999
- Bruce Perlmutter, Virtual Private Networking, Prentice Hall, 1999 (cap 2)
- RFC 2196, The Site Security Handbook, IETF.