Usable Security

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/usable-security

Usable Security
In this course you will learn how to design and develop devices for network security. We will cover both hardware and software approaches, using different operating systems. We will use different types of operating systems and mobile devices as examples. You will learn about commonly used operating systems and mobile devices, how to design and develop mobile devices and mobile-based systems, and how to make mobile-based systems. We will use the various operating systems and devices you will learn about so that you can design and develop secure systems. You will also learn about multi-factor authentication and how to use it.

You will need to have completed the previous two courses in this specialization before taking this course. We will assume that you have completed the Android™ Operating System and the Apple™ Smartphone Security Specialization (https://www.apple.com/library/security/specialization/mobile-devices).

Note: If you have a prior working knowledge of computer security, you do not need to have completed the previous courses in this specialization. However, it would be beneficial if you had a high school math or science degree because we are covering concepts and techniques that you need in order to analyze and evaluate systems. You need to have completed the Mobile Device and Mobile System Security courses in order to be successful in this course.

Course Overview:
In this course you will learn how to design and develop devices that are secure by using techniques such as encryption and authentication, and use technologies such as multi-factor authentication and chain of authentication. We will use several different operating systems and mobile devices as examples. We will explain both hardware and software approaches, using both historical and current technical specifications. We will use different types of operating systems and mobile devices as examples. We will explain multi-factor authentication and how to use it.

Note: If you have a prior working knowledge of computer security, you do not need to have completed the previous courses in this specialization. However, it would be beneficial if you had a high school math or science degree because we are covering concepts and techniques that you need in order to analyze and evaluate systems. You need to have completed the Mobile Device and Mobile System Security courses in order to be successful in this course.

If you enjoy this course and are interested in a career in cybersecurity, check out:
https://www.coursera.org/learn/cybersecurity-security-for-every-day-consumer

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