Universität Passau
5763 Exercises: Security Engineering Lab - Details
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General information

Subtitle
Course number 5763
Semester WiSe 22/23
Current number of participants 1
expected number of participants 16
Home institute Lehrstuhl für Technische Informatik
Courses type Exercises in category Lehre (ohne Prüfung)
Type/Form
Pre-requisites
mandatory: none
recommended:
  • Programming experience (C/C++, Python, Linux)
  • Basics in IT security
Learning organization
Team work of 2-3 people

Laboratory, computer, projector
SWS
6
Literatur
Richtet sich nach den variierenden konkret vergebenen Themen. / Depends on the (changing) assignments
Miscellanea
English version below

Aufgrund erwartungsgemäß hoher Anmeldezahlen, ist die Teilnahme begrenzt.
Wir bitten daher um eine vorläufige Anmeldung bis zum 14.10.2022 unter der E-Mail-Adresse anmeldung-seceng@fim.uni-passau.de.
Verwenden Sie dabei das Präfix [advanced-seceng-lab-ws-2023] in Ihrem Betreff.

Ihre Anmeldung sollte mindestens die folgenden Informationen enthalten:
*Name, Vorname
*Matrikelnummer
*Studiengang
*Fachsemester

Sofern Sie Erfahrungen in der IT-Sicherheit haben, erläutern Sie diese bitte kurz bei Ihrer Anmeldung.
Dies kann insbesondere durch eine Übersicht der bestandenen Fächer erfolgen (Bescheinigung über erbrachte Studien- und Prüfungsleistungen des zentralen Prüfungssekretariats).

Die Teilnehmer werden anhand folgender Kriterien ausgewählt:

  • Höhersemestrige Studenten werden bevorzugt.
  • Studenten mit Hintergrundswissen in der IT-Sicherheit werden bevorzugt.

Ihnen wird bis zum 18.10.2022 mitgeteilt, ob Sie an dem Security Engineering Lab teilnehmen können.

Die Teilnahme zu den Präsenzterminen ist verpflichtend.
Unbegründete regelmäßige Abwesenheit führt zum Nichtbestehen der Veranstaltung.

Die Veranstaltung ergibt 12 ECTS, weswegen ein beträchtlicher Zeitaufwand zum erfolgreichen Bestehen notwendig ist.
Bitte planen Sie diesen bei Ihrer Semesterplanung ein.



Due to the expected high number of registrations, participation is limited.
We, therefore, request that you register by 14.10.2022 at the email address anmeldung-seceng@fim.uni-passau.de.
Use the subject [advanced-seceng-lab-ws-2023] in your e-mail.

Your registration should contain *at least* the following information:
*surname, first name
*matriculation number
*degree program
*current semester in major

If you have experience in IT security, please explain this briefly in your registration e-mail.
This can particularly be done by giving an overview of the courses you have passed (Transcript of Records from the Examinations office).

Participants will be selected based on the following criteria:

  • Higher semester students are preferred.
  • Students with background knowledge in IT security are preferred.

You will be informed by 18.10.2022 whether you can participate in the Advanced Security Engineering Lab.

Participation at the attendance dates is obligatory.
Unfounded regular absence will result in failure to pass the course.

The course results in 12 ECTS, which is why a considerable amount of time is required for successful completion.
Please take this into account when planning your semester.
ECTS points
12

Course location / Course dates

unspecified

Fields of study

This information on acceptance for credit of modules for individual degree programmes is not binding; please check the module catalogue at the Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics to confirm that this module can be counted towards your degree.

Module assignments

Comment/Description

Contents:
Basic techniques of hardware-oriented IT security, such as:
• Side-channel attacks
• Covert Channels
• Physically unclonable functions
• Trusted Execution Environments
• Security in vehicular networks
• Privacy
• Railway safety technology


Knowledge:
The students learn basic techniques of hardware-oriented IT security, such as side-channel attacks, covert channels, physically unclonable functions or trusted execution environments.

Capabilities:
Solving demanding computer science tasks in the field of IT security with a practical experimental application of the theoretical and methodological knowledge imparted during the course. Design of IT security architectures based on primitives of hardware-oriented security. Research of current publications on the overarching project topic. In addition, the students learn how to mutually convey the basics of content.

Skills:
Assessing the security properties of security infrastructures. Problem-solving skills and transfer skills, the wealth of theory and methods in computer science can be applied to complex, practical problems in IT security. Processing of complex, constructive and experimental tasks in the field of hardware-oriented IT security. Programming experience in C/C++ and/or Python is required. If these are not available, the languages ​​can be acquired.