Carnegie Mellon University

95-750 Security Architecture & Analysis;



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This course provides you with analytical methods to assess and improve system security and survivability. Topics covered include architecture fundamentals, security and survivability methods, and development of secure and survivable systems. Architecture analysis and trade-offs can assess the relative merits of security strategies for particular environments of system use. In addition, systems must be analyzed and designed for survivability of critical mission functions. The Survivable Network Analysis method is used to evaluate and improve survivability.