Vulnerabilities are abundant within the cyber world, as underlying computer, network, and information systems and associated architecture are often not protected adequately. This certificate program provides knowledge to engineers on spotting issues and designing solutions before potential damage becomes reality. Through this program, engineers will learn to architect, design, implement, and test systems that can defend, detect, and recover from cyberattacks. Engineers will learn to build cyber security capabilities into the systems to increase their trustworthiness so that we can rely on both everyday systems and those we use for critical infrastructure.
Course 1: COM SCI 236 Computer Security (Instructor: Professor Peter Reiher, UCLA)
Course 2: ENGR 204 Trusted Systems Engineering (Instructor: Dr. Kenneth Kung, UCLA)
Course 3: ENGR 206 Engineering for Systems Assurance (Instructor: Dr. Kenneth Kung, UCLA)
For more information, please contact
Professor Jenn-Ming Yang, Associate Dean,
Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science, UCLA