This course is delivered in the Computer Science and Electrical Engineering BSc/MSc as an elective. The official syllabus is available on the faculty's web site. On this page, you will find the most recent administrative information related to the course, as well as the lecture slides, the homework description, and links to some recommended further readings. This site is continuously updated!
Information security is as much an economic problem as it is technical. Even given flawless cryptographic protocols and the availability of perfectly secure software, misaligned economic incentives of different stakeholders in a system often result in a (very) sub-optimal security level. By guiding you through the jungle of asymmetric information, interdependent security, correlated risk and other concepts characteristic for system security, this elective course will enable you to make better decisions in risk management, security investment and policy design on a system level. Furthermore, the course touches upon the economic aspects of data privacy, an emerging area of interest for users and companies in the big data era.
1 mid-term test at the end of the semester
Megbeszélés szerint, az előadóval előre egyeztetett időpontban.
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|2019.02.20.||Game theory||Biczók G.||Moodle|
|2019.02.27.||Risk management and security investments||Biczók G.|
|2019.03.06.||Interdependent security||Biczók G.|
|2019.03.20.||Cancelled (Spring Break)|
|2019.05.01.||Cancelled (International Workers' Day)|
|2019.05.15.||Mid-term test (room information TBA)|