CNIT 41700

Critical Infrastructure Security

Credit Hours: 3.00.  In the socio-political context of nation state sponsored threat actors and cyber cold wars, critical infrastructure (such as water supply and power generation) is a strategic target for attackers. This course investigates the current threat landscape and vulnerabilities in critical infrastructure. Students then investigate system and network architectural solutions to the problem. Students build a model industrial system and will implement these protections in their model environment.

This course is offered by the Department of Computer and Information Technology