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Course Name
Turkish Bilişim Uzayındaki Savaşlar
English Cyber Warefare, Cybersecurity and Defense
Course Code
BGK 606 Credit Lecture
Semester -
3 3 - -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Mehmet Akif Yazıcı
Course Objectives * Introducing cyberwar concept
* Discussions on the range of cyberwars
* Strategies on cyberwars
* Teaching known vulnerabilities and defense methods of cyberwar
Course Description Cyberwars, Security units and processes, Basic properties of the cyber world. Critical infrastructures and systems. Strategic and functional cyberwars. Attack sources. Attack types. Defense systems. Detecting advanced cyber weapons and preventing them. Defense architecture. Cryptography applications. Electronic security. Information security standards. Espionage and intelligence methods. Requirements of a cyberwar as a nation / state. Cyberwar management. Integration of cyberwar treasury, its control and efficient use
Course Outcomes 1. Student will learn cyberwar concept
2. Students will deduce on cyberwar, be able to discuss on novel attacks
3. Students will gain culture by means of discussing previous cyberwar stories
4. Effects of politics to cyberwar and effects of information security mechanisms to politics will be discussed
Required Facilities
Other References 1. Cybersecurity and Cyberwar: What Everyone Needs to Know, P.W. Singer, Allan Friedman, 2014, Oxford University Press.
2. Cyber Security Policy Guidebook, Jennifer L. Bayuk, Jason Healey, Paul Rohmeyer, Marcus Sachs, Jeffrey Schmidt, Joseph Weiss, 2012, Wiley.
3. Cyber War: The Next Threat to National Security and What to Do About It, Richard A. Clarke, Robert Knake, 2012, Ecco.
4. Cyber Warfare: Techniques, Tactics and Tools for Security Practitioners, 2nd Ed., Jason Andress, Steve Winterfeld, 2013, Syngress.
5. Cyberpower and National Security, Franklin D. Kramer, Stuart H. Starr, Larry Wentz, 2009, Potomac Books Inc.
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