Adding practical experience to computer security course

Adding practical experience to computer security course INTRODUCTIONComputer security has become one of the most important areas in computer engineering and software engineering. More and more resources are invested in computer security each year, and still more and more security flaws are constantly reported. Therefore, it is obvious that computer engineering and software engineering students need to learn about this area during their studies. Although some computer security topics can be taught through courses like computer networks, internet programming, databases, and e‐business infrastructure, the significance of the area indicates that a separate course is needed. IEEE Computer Society and ACM Joint Task Force recent efforts to create curriculum guidelines for undergraduate degree programs in computer engineering and software engineering can be used to support previous claim. Both guidelines put security among core areas.At the University of Belgrade, School of Electrical Engineering (UB‐SEE) there is a Computer Security (CS) course that is mandatory for the fourth year students at the undergraduate study program in software engineering (SEU) and for the third year students at the undergraduate study program in computer engineering (CEU). The course covers topics from cryptographic algorithms, network security and applications, and system security.For most of the courses in computer engineering and software engineering curriculum http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Computer Applications in Engineering Education Wiley

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© 2018 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
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1061-3773
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1099-0542
D.O.I.
10.1002/cae.21891
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INTRODUCTIONComputer security has become one of the most important areas in computer engineering and software engineering. More and more resources are invested in computer security each year, and still more and more security flaws are constantly reported. Therefore, it is obvious that computer engineering and software engineering students need to learn about this area during their studies. Although some computer security topics can be taught through courses like computer networks, internet programming, databases, and e‐business infrastructure, the significance of the area indicates that a separate course is needed. IEEE Computer Society and ACM Joint Task Force recent efforts to create curriculum guidelines for undergraduate degree programs in computer engineering and software engineering can be used to support previous claim. Both guidelines put security among core areas.At the University of Belgrade, School of Electrical Engineering (UB‐SEE) there is a Computer Security (CS) course that is mandatory for the fourth year students at the undergraduate study program in software engineering (SEU) and for the third year students at the undergraduate study program in computer engineering (CEU). The course covers topics from cryptographic algorithms, network security and applications, and system security.For most of the courses in computer engineering and software engineering curriculum

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Computer Applications in Engineering EducationWiley

Published: Jan 1, 2018

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