The Florida Institute for Cybersecurity (FICS) Research is focused on development of cybersecurity science and innovative technologies that transform the design and security assessment of large and small enterprises, and critical applications such as power grid systems, financial systems, military systems, and more. Our education program includes seminar series, tutorials, short courses, and certificates. They provide learning opportunities for graduate, undergraduate, and even high school students in cybersecurity.
FICS Research’s goals are to:
- Engage with high school students and their teachers in the field of security and privacy.
- Provide unique learning opportunities for large and small enterprises to better understand cybersecurity challenges through online courses.
- Engage with under-represented undergraduate students and provide them with opportunities to study at the graduate level.
- Develop educational tools and modules for teaching courses on various topics in cybersecurity.
FICS Research faculty offers a variety of courses on cybersecurity, namely:
|Course Number||Course Title||Credits||Fall||Spring|
|EEL 4714||Introduction to Hardware Security and Trust||3||✓|
|EEL 5716||Introduction to Hardware Security and Trust.||3||✓|
|EEL 4930||System-On-Chip Design||3||✓||✓|
|EEL 4853||Cross Layered system Security||3||✓|
|EEL 5855||Cross Layered System Securit||3||✓|
|EEL 5934-1265||Hardware Security Lab||3||✓|
|EEE 4701/EEL 5702||Automated HW/SW Verification||3||✓||✓|
|EEL 6935||CAD for Hardware Security Validation||3||✓||✓|
|EEL 6742||Advanced Hardware Security and Trust||3||✓|
|CIS 2354||Introduction to Cybersecurity||3||✓|
|CGS 3065||Legal and Social Issues in Computing||3||✓|
|CIS 4204||Penetration Testing: Ethical Hacking||3||✓|
|CIS 4360||Computer and Information Security||3||✓|
|CIS 4362||Introduction to Cryptology||3||✓|
|CNT 4409||Network and System Security||3||✓|
|CNT 5410||Computer and Network Security||3||✓|
|CIS 5370||Computer and Information Security||3||✓|
|CIS 5371||Introduction to Cryptology||3||✓|
|CNT 5412||Network and System Security||3||✓|
|CAP 6137||Malware Reverse Engineering||3||✓|
|CIS 6930||Penetration Testing: Ethical Hacking||3||✓|