Thursday, October 25, 2007

Stanford/TRUST faculty offer Advanced Computer Security Certificate Online: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You

TRUST faculty Dan Boneh and John Mitchell have developed an
Advanced Computer Security Certificate that can be taken as online classes. The BusinessWire article states
"Specific topics covered include secure software design, buffer overflows, SQL injection attacks, authentication, access control, data integrity, symmetric encryption, public-key cryptography, and more. The Advanced Computer Security certificate program requires six courses three core and three electives. The instructors regularly update the content. Each course is self- paced and approximately six hours long, and is available at any time. Detailed information about the program is found at"