This section includes industry courses and course materials originally prepared for students at various colleges and universities. Most lectures are available in PowerPoint files (older ones are PPT and newer are PPTX); some other documents such as syllabuses are usually available as PDF files. All students, teachers and others are welcome to use these course materials for free courses and lectures. If you want to use this material in paid courses contact me by e-mail for permission to do so.
Course codes have been converted to current standards wherever possible; however, older syllabuses and course descriptions may still contains older course labels.
Industry Courses -- click link for course descriptions
The courses in this list were given in industry conferences, workshops, seminars and in-house training sessions. Quick links follow to lecture files:
· Bugs, Flaws and Features PDF
· INFOSEC UPDATE PDF -- March 2001
· INFOSEC UPDATE PDF -- March 2002
· INFOSEC UPDATE PDF -- January 2006
Le rôle des gestionnaires contre l'espionnage industriel PPT (5 MO); PDF couleur (425 KO); PDF n&b (645 KO) .
· News from the Front (July 2001): The Changing Face of Information Security PDF
· RESOURCES FOR INFOSEC EDUCATORS PDF
University and College Courses -- click link for navigation to course descriptions by institution
The courses in this list were delivered to college and university students. Quick links follow for course home pages:
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