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Security for Safety-Critical Systems (ISES)

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Department of Computer Science

This module is an introduction to the concepts and principles of system security for system safety engineers. It provides a brief overview of security engineering, including basic terminology of security engineering, and the activities and techniques at each stage in the life-cycle of a secure-critical system.

Course Code

ISES

Course Dates

24th April 2017 – 28th April 2017

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Course Fee

£1525.00
Course Description

This 5 day course aims to provide a broad awareness of security principles, measures and techniques; to provide a critical understanding of the interrelationships between safety and security and how security threats can develop into hazardous events; to address the elements identified in following figure. 

Learning Outcomes

This module aims to provide a broad awareness of security principles, measures and techniques; to provide a critical understanding of the interrelationships between safety and security and how security threats can develop into hazardous events; to address the elements identified in following figure. 

Content

  • Introduction to System Engineering 
  • Concept of Dependability 
  • Physical security and information security 
  • Security risk 
  • Security risk assessment 
  • Security policy and access control 
  • Security architecture 
  • Cryptography 
  • Security testing 
  • Security verification and assurance
  • Operational security 
  • Legal issues about security 
  • Data in Systems 
  • Integrating security into the development of safety-critical systems 

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