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Autores: Juan Estévez Tapiador, Guillermo Suárez de Tangil
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  • LN-F-001. Introduction ( pdf )
    This lecture introduces the course, including the topics covered during the semester, the schedule and various methodological and assessment issues.

  • LN-F-002. Part I. Overview ( pdf )
    This lecture presents some fundamental concepts and principles in Security Engineering. Various real-world cases are used throughout to emphasize the complexities involved in security decisions and the pitfalls often found in real systems.

  • LN-F-003. Part II. Access Control ( pdf )
    The second part of the course covers authorization and access control. Some representative access control models are discussed (DAC, MAC, RBAC, etc.), as well as multi-level and multi-lateral security systems.

  • LN-F-004. Part III. Network Security - Security Protocols: SSL/TLS ( pdf )
    This lecture is the first in a series about network security. It covers some fundamentals about security protocols, including general designs and attacks. As an example, the case of SSL/TLS is covered in detail.
  • LN-F-005. Part III. Network Security - Security Protocols: IPsec ( pdf )
    Building on the previous lecture, this part introduces IPsec and discusses further topics in network security, including Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) and Domain Name System (DNS) security.
  • LN-F-006. Part III. Network Security - Intruders, Malware, Firewalls and IDSs ( pdf )
    This lecture covers threats, vulnerabilities and attacks, including malware, against networked systems. We examine two of the most extended technologies to mitigate the risk against intrusions: Firewalls and Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems.


  • LN-F-007. Part IV. Physical Security ( html )
    This lecture presents some fundamental concepts of physical security such as (ElectroMagnetic Pulse) EMP, lock picking, TEMPEST, etc., throughout a number of online videos.
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