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Design for Security
Foundations of Secure Development
Comprehend basic security concepts and secure design principles and be able to relate the security fundamentals with real-world software and hardware design practices. Outline how security is measured and be able to choose security tools for different scenarios. Distinguish Authentication, Authorization, and Auditing (AAA) concepts and can apply various AAA techniques in given scenarios. Explain how cryptography is used to protect data security and articulate best practices when applying cryptography. Recognize different federal security standards and apply secure design principles to meet compliance requirements.
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