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AUS Cyber Security Boot Camp
The three-day boot camp is intended for students (engineering and non-engineering) and professionals who wish to expand their knowledge and awareness in computer and network security. You will learn about the latest cyber security threats and attacks against you, whether at home or the office. You will find out who are the attackers and identify your weaknesses. You will learn about the latest methods to protect yourself from being hacked. You will learn what to do if you think you are ever hacked.
The boot camp will include lectures, live demonstrations, real-world examples and interactive practical labs. All participants who complete the camp will receive a certificate of attendance.
Dr. Fadi Aloul, Associate Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, AUS
Computer Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)
- What is information security?
- Hacker types, goals, motivations and targets
- Challenges of securing information
- Cyber security threats to your home and organization
- Social engineering and identity theft attacks
- Password security and encryption
- Physical security and key loggers
- Network security and viruses, worms and trojans
- Wireless and mobile security
- Web security and phishing attacks
- Email security and spam attacks
- Denial of service attacks
- What to do (and not do) during an incident
- How to detect if you've been hacked
- How to use the Internet safely
For camp details and registration, please visit http://aus.fikket.com/.
For more information, please contact Dr. Fadi Aloul, email@example.com.