Guia docente 2019_20
Escuela de Ingeniería de Telecomunicación
Máster Universitario en Ciberseguridad
 Asignaturas
  Fortificación de sistemas operativos
Guía Materia
DATOS IDENTIFICATIVOS 2019_20
Asignatura Fortificación de sistemas operativos Código V05M175V01202
Titulacion
Máster Universitario en Ciberseguridad
Descriptores Cr.totales Carácter Curso Cuatrimestre
5 OB 1 2c
Lengua Impartición
Castellano
Prerrequisitos
Coordinador/a
Lorenzo Veiga, Beatriz
Yáñez Izquierdo, Antonio Fermín
Correo-e antonio.yanez@udc.es
b.lorenzo.es@ieee.org
Profesorado
Lorenzo Veiga, Beatriz
Yáñez Izquierdo, Antonio Fermín
Web http://guiadocente.udc.es/guia_docent/index.php?centre=614&ensenyament=614530&assignatura=614530007&any_academic=2018_19&idioma_assig=eng
Descripción general A newly installed Operating system is inherently insecure. It has a certain number of vulnerabilities, depending on such things such as the age of the O.S., the amount of services it provides, the existence of initial backdoors not already patched, and the use of default policies designed without security in mind By Hardening Operating Systems we refer to the act of configuring an operating system with the aim of making it as secure as possible, so thet we minimize the risk of getting it compromised. This usually implies applying patches, changing default O.S. policies, and removing (or disabling) non-essential aplications and/or services. In this course we'll try to identify common O.S. vulnerabilities and how to defend the O.S. against them. Both UNIX (linux) and Windows type O.S. will be considered.
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