Universty of Michigan - Dearborn School Projects

Computer and Network Security, CIS 544

The course is broadly divided in two halves. The first half introduces the students to fundamental concepts in computer and information systems security. The topics include security policies, models, and mechanisms for confidentiality, integrity and availability, access control and basic cryptography and its application. The second half is devoted to network and distributed systems security.

Computer Security Literature Reviews

Review of "Applying the TCSEC Guidelines to Embedded Systems"
Review of "Abstraction and Refinement of a Multi-level Security Policy"

Computer Intrusion Forensics Research Paper

Initial literature review on the field of computer forensics.
Research paper on computer intrusion forensics