Exams are finally FINISHED! Can’t believe another year has gone by so fast 😀
Here are the papers that I am planning to do next year:
Material covered in this paper is drawn from the following research areas: data mining and warehousing, specialist data storage systems (spatial and temporal), database architectures (parallel and distributed), database/relational theory, new technology (OODB and WWW), query languages and localization issues.
(Whole year) 36 points
The course consists of a series of lectures, discussions, presentations and assignments on a wide variety of topics associated with computer security. Each student selects a research topic and prepares a formal written paper covering the topic based on contemporary literature. For those performing an audit of a participating organization, initial scope documents and confidentiality agreements are finalised before the investigation is carried out and a report prepared.
Coordinator: Associate Professor Hank Wolfe
Prerequisites: Any 72 300-level INFO points
Whole year 36 points
This course provides the student with an advanced understanding of the Internet and firewall theory, design, and administration and security risks and measures using contemporary network operating systems and other operational software as tools to reinforce these theories, practices and measures. This course is the natural follow on from INFO 333 Network Design and Administration 1 and INFO 334 Network Design and Administration 2. It is focused on the actual administration, problem solving and protection of network servers and associated components.
Coordinator: Dr Noria Foukia
Prerequisites: INFO 333 and INFO 334
Good luck to those who still have exams.
Looking forwards to see you all next year 🙂