COMPGA16 - Malware
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|Code||COMPGA16 (Also taught as: COMPM066)|
|Prerequisites||Undergraduate courses in logic and discrete mathematics, assembly, and imperative programming.|
|Taught By||David Clark (Module Leader), Jens Krinke, Earl Barr, Paul Gill, Gianluca Stringhini, Hector Menendez, Sukriti Bhattacharya.|
|Aims||To provide students with (1) Specialist understanding of the issues and techniques in malware detection and classification (2) Broad understanding of the human, social, economic and historical context inwhich malware exists and is deployed.|
|Learning Outcomes||Successful completion of this course will provide students with a specialist understanding of the nature of malware, its capabilities, and how it is combatted through detection and classification. Students will understand what are the underlying scientific and logical limitations on society’s ability to combat malware. Furthermore, students should have a an appreciation and broad understanding of the social, economic, and historical context in which malware occurs.|