Course title：Trending Research Topics in Cybersecurity
Assessment: Non Test Courses
Prerequisite courses: Object-oriented Programming, Computer Networking, Operating System Principles
Basic Orientation: Students in Cybersecurity
(1). Tracing the origin of cyber attacks, Zhu Shixiong, Beijing: National Defense Industry Press, 2015.
(2). Data-driven security, Jay Jacobs, Machinery Industry Press, 2015.9
(3). Core Principles of Reverse Engineering, Li Chengyuan, People's Posts and Telecommunications Publishing House, 2014.4
(4). Offensive War: Essentials of Software Breakthrough Analysis, Lin Yiquan, Electronic Industry Press, 2016.6
(5). The Future of Networking and the Past of Protocols，Nick McKeown
Course objectives and contents
This course is a research course for cybersecurity majors. With the current status of cutting-edge technology research in the field of cyberspace security as the background, it provides some outstanding students with access to cutting-edge academic research and technical research, laying the foundation for work or study. After completing this course, students should understand the trending research topics and cutting-edge technologies in advanced network attack and defense technology, smart grid security technology, software security and vulnerability mining technology, and software-defined network technology.