Cybersecurity (CISS6022)

UNIT OF STUDY

The digital revolution has created new frontiers of information that influence almost every aspect of our lives. But does cyberspace also threaten our security? What are the methods and motives for attack? And how can state and non-state actors respond? Drawing on a unique combination of expertise from the Centre for International Security Studies and the School of Information Technologies, this unit introduces students to the technical and political concepts that are necessary to answer these important questions.

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Classes

1x2-hr seminar/week

Assessment

2hr exam (40%) and 3000wd analytical essay (40%) and 1000wd equivalent lab exercise (10%) and seminar participation (10%)

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No

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