• Information Systems Security
    Information Systems Security
  • Physical Security
    Physical Security
  • Secure Authentication
    Secure Authentication
  • Malicious Software
    Malicious Software
  • Vulnerability Controls
    Vulnerability Controls
  • Hacking the Systems
    Hacking the Systems
  • Cyber Wars
    Cyber Wars
  • Information Systems Forensics
    Information Systems Forensics

Course Code:ITEC413 Course TitleInformation System Security
Semester:Every Fall and Spring LanguageEnglish
Category:AC (Area Core) LevelForth Year
Workload:240 Hours Teaching Format3 Hours Lecture, 2 Hours Laboratory
EMU Credit:(3,0,2) 4 ECTS Credit6
Prerequisite(s):  Course Web


Course Description

This course focuses on basic concepts, principles and practice of Information Systems Security (ISS). It is containing the topics like: Ethics, legality and the need for ISS, overview of networking and operating systems, their vulnerabilities and prevention. Active-passive attacks and their countermeasures. Access, authentication and user privileges. Foot printing. Scanning. Enumerations and system hacking. Trojans and backdoors. Sniffers. Denial of service attacks. Social engineering techniques. Session hijacking. WEB servers and WEB applications, vulnerabilities, attacks and countermeasures.  Wireless networks, vulnerabilities, attacks and protection techniques. Malicious programs; viruses, worms, bacteria. Physical security issues. Evading IDS, honey pots and firewalls. Buffer overflow attacks. Cryptography and crypto analysis.  Penetration testing methodologies.




Office Hour

Monday 08:30-10:20
Wednesday 08:30-10:20
Thursday 13:30-14:20
Tuesday 14:30-15:20

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