This program is focused on fostering a cohesive curriculum program that develops security technology content to meet the challenges of providing a strong pipeline of capable students. All content is developed by the sponsored faculty at key universities and hosted on their web portals.
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Raise awareness of computer security issues to computing students at all levels. Identify opportunities to augment/develop curriculum at key schools.
- Empower students to analyze systems security risks.
- Enable students to reason about system security properties.
- Teach students how to exploit Intel platform capabilities to mitigate security risks.
Promote curriculum for use at other institutions.
The security curricula must address three dimensions.
- Vulnerability analysis – identify what system threats exist.
- Mitigations – identify how to defend against the identified threats.
- Validation – verify that the mitigations address the threats identified.
Levels: Security education needs to become a common element incorporated across the entire computing curriculum.
- Lower division: broad exposure of security thinking across the entire spectrum of computing.
- Upper division: Security problems within targeted computing topics, introductory courses devoted to problem analysis and validation.
- Graduate: Specialized security topics as specified by Intel.