Srdjan Capkun: Katalogdaten im Herbstsemester 2017
|Name||Herr Prof. Dr. Srdjan Capkun|
Institut f. Informationssicherheit
ETH Zürich, CNB F 102.2
|Telefon||+41 44 632 71 90|
|Fax||+41 44 632 11 72|
|252-1411-00L||Security of Wireless Networks||5 KP||2V + 1U + 1A||S. Capkun|
|Kurzbeschreibung||Core Elements: Wireless communication channel, Wireless network architectures and protocols, Attacks on wireless networks, Protection techniques.|
|Lernziel||After this course, the students should be able to: describe and classify security goals and attacks in wireless networks; describe security architectures of the following wireless systems and networks: 802.11, GSM/UMTS, RFID, ad hoc/sensor networks; reason about security protocols for wireless network; implement mechanisms to secure|
|Inhalt||Wireless channel basics. Wireless electronic warfare: jamming and target tracking. Basic security protocols in cellular, WLAN and|
multi-hop networks. Recent advances in security of multi-hop networks; RFID privacy challenges and solutions.
|252-1414-00L||System Security||5 KP||2V + 2U||S. Capkun, A. Perrig|
|Kurzbeschreibung||The first part of the lecture covers individual system aspects starting with tamperproof or tamper-resistant hardware in general over operating system related security mechanisms to application software systems, such as host based intrusion detection systems. In the second part, the focus is on system design and methodologies for building secure systems.|
|Lernziel||In this lecture, students learn about the security requirements and capabilities that are expected from modern hardware, operating systems, and other software environments. An overview of available technologies, algorithms and standards is given, with which these requirements can be met.|
|Inhalt||The first part of the lecture covers individual system's aspects starting with tamperproof or tamperresistant hardware in general over operating system related security mechanisms to application software systems such as host based intrusion detetction systems. The main topics covered are: tamper resistant hardware, CPU support for security, protection mechanisms in the kernel, file system security (permissions / ACLs / network filesystem issues), IPC Security, mechanisms in more modern OS, such as Capabilities and Zones, Libraries and Software tools for security assurance, etc.|
In the second part, the focus is on system design and methodologies for building secure systems. Topics include: patch management, common software faults (buffer overflows, etc.), writing secure software (design, architecture, QA, testing), compiler-supported security, language-supported security, logging and auditing (BSM audit, dtrace, ...), cryptographic support, and trustworthy computing (TCG, SGX).
Along the lectures, model cases will be elaborated and evaluated in the exercises.
|252-4601-00L||Current Topics in Information Security |
Number of participants limited to 24.
|2 KP||2S||D. Basin, S. Capkun, A. Perrig|
|Kurzbeschreibung||The seminar covers various topics in information security: security protocols (models, specification & verification), trust management, access control, non-interference, side-channel attacks, identity-based cryptography, host-based attack detection, anomaly detection in backbone networks, key-management for sensor networks.|
|Lernziel||The main goals of the seminar are the independent study of scientific literature and assessment of its contributions as well as learning and practicing presentation techniques.|
|Inhalt||The seminar covers various topics in information security, including network security, cryptography and security protocols. The participants are expected to read a scientific paper and present it in a 35-40 min talk. At the beginning of the semester a short introduction to presentation techniques will be given.|
- security protocols: models, specification & verification
- trust management, access control and non-interference
- side-channel attacks
- identity-based cryptography
- host-based attack detection
- anomaly detection in backbone networks
- key-management for sensor networks
|Literatur||The reading list will be published on the course web site.|