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Platform security

Individual course

Max amount of FITech students: 10

Persons without a valid study right to a Finnish university have preference to this course.

Course contents

Many security courses are about how to design your application and configuration to keep your platform secure. This course is the opposite: what can your platform do to make your application secure, and how does it do it? In this course we will discuss the security features provided by modern platforms, and show how they are implemented.

Learning outcomes

After successfully completing this course, students

  • are familiar with a variety of platform security mechanisms and implementation strategies.
  • they understand the security properties provided by features of modern software and hardware platforms and are familiar with both their use and underlying implementation.

Teaching schedule

  • Lectures: Tue 10.1.–14.2.2023 at 10.15–12.00
  • Exercises: Thu 12.1.–16.2.2023 at 10.15–12.00
  • Exam will be available for a certain period of time (dates to be announced) in the e-examination room on Aalto campus. Students can book a suitable exam slot within the dates.

Completion methods

  • Practical exercises and examination
  • Lectures 20 h, exercises 63 h, independent study 50 h

More information in the Aalto University study guide.

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Responsible teacher

Aalto University
Lachlan Gunn

Further information about the course and studying

Aalto University
Kirsi Viitaharju

Contact person for applications

FITech Network University
Fanny Qvickström, Student services specialist
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Category:
ICT Studies
Topic:
Information security
Course code:
CS-E4760
Study credits:
5 ECTS
Price:
0 €
Course level:
Teaching period:
10.1.–21.4.2023
Application deadline:
2.1.2023
Host university:
Aalto University
Who can apply:
Adult learner,
Degree student
Teaching method:
Contact
Place of contact learning:
Espoo
Teaching language:
English
General prerequisites:
Familiarity with programming (knowledge of the C language is particularly advantageous), and basic knowledge of information security, e.g. as provided by the course "Information Security".
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