Course on Computer Organisation from Information Security Perspective.
Goal: To introduce the participants to secure system design
Aim: At the end of the sessions the participant will be able to understand various techniques that are used to design a secure system. The participant would be able to use open source tools for this purpose.
Prerequisite: Basic programming skill in C. User level knowledge of Linux / Unix. The participant must have an understanding of Internet, Network protocols as well as standard cryptographic algorithms like RSA, DES, AES etc. A minimal introduction to these will be given at the beginning of the course.
Tools: GCC, Tools used for secure coding, Security standards
Evaluation: Class exercises at the end of the day; A final evaluation at the end of the course.
Reference:  Relevant manuals of the tools discussed in the class.
 Relevant research papers published in various security conferences
 Writing Secure Code – Microsoft Press
 Any CISSP preparation handbook.
Information Security - II