This is a regular course I teach at the University of Georgia every Fall semester. This is a combined class (i.e. both undergrads and grads students are welcome). This is an introductory class on cybersecurity where we mostly focus on software, system, web, and network security with a minor in cryptography, mobile, hardware, IoT, AI security, and data privacy. Please, take a look at the syllabus for details. An expected class schedule can be found here.
|Buffer Overflow||Week 5|
|Format String||Week 11|
|Cross-Site Scripting||Week 14|
|Software Vulnerability Analysis||Week 5|
|Hands-on Cryptography||Week 11|
|Paper Review on Fuzzing||Week 15|
Syllabus and lectures can be modified every semester. If you are enrolled in a semester, please follow instructions from the eLC course page.