0CI01(01712720): Information Security Engineering(Fall 2017)


Time: Wednesday 14:00-17:00

Location: 3305 , Teaching Builing, DaXing

Class web site: http://sunhp.org/ise2017

Instructor: Huiping Sun (sunhp(at)ss.pku.edu.cn)

TA: Haotian Hao (hht(at)pku.edu.cn)

Course Description

Although most of traditional cryptography and security techology are relatively well understood, the knowledge and practice of how to apply user's economical, psychological and social factor into security is insufficient.

The course covers the basics of economics, psychology and socialology of security, and introduces password, biometrics, CAPTCHA, fingerprinting, physical protection, reputation, privacy and others technology, in the meantime, analyses how to implement information security engineering in some critical information systems and applications such as payment, crowdsource, and smartphone.

Course Textbook

Course Schedule

Date

Topics

Readings

September 13

01. Introduction [Slides]

September 20

02. Usable Security [Slides]

September 27

03. Graphical Password [Slides]

****

04. Economics of Information Security [Slides]

****

04. Text Password [Slides]

****

06. Biometrics [Slides]

****

07. Human Computation [Slides]

****

08. CAPTCHA [Slides]

****

09. Fingerprinting [Slides]

****

10. Physical Protection [Slides]

  • Ross Anderson. Security Engineering (Second Edition). Chapter 11: Physical Protection
  • Ross Anderson. Security Engineering (Second Edition). Chapter 14: Security Printing and Seals
  • Ross Anderson. Security Engineering (Second Edition). Chapter 16: Physical Tamper Resistance

****

11. Privacy [Slides]

  • Ross Anderson. Security Engineering (Second Edition). Chapter 23: The Bleeding Edge

****

12. Reputation [Slides]

****

13. Cyber Crime [Slides]

  • Ross Anderson. Security Engineering (Second Edition). Chapter 24: Terror, Justice and Freedom

****

14. Banking and Bookkeeping [Slides]

  • Ross Anderson. Security Engineering (Second Edition). Chapter 10: Banking and Bookkeeping

****

15. Bitcoin [Slides]

****

16. Final Project Presentations [Slides]

TBD

Course Grading

The grading scheme is as follows:

Course Projects