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CYB-530 Operating Systems Security

Operating Systems Security covers the fundamentals of modern operating system (OS), including basic operating system structure, file systems and storage servers, memory management techniques, process scheduling and resource management, threads, distributed and peer-to-peer systems. OS level mechanisms and policies to investigate and defend against cyberattacks are evaluated. Applications of OS security techniques such as authentication, system call monitoring, and memory protection are explored.

Credits: 3