So each of you will lead two discussions during the semester with a partner (doesn’t need to be the same person each time and could be a team of three).
Choose a topic, tell Ken a day (we can have up to three discussions on a given day but should aim for two most days) and assign readings (or videos or other activities) for the other students to do before the session. Then you will lead the discussion on the topic.
- Thursday Jan 18 (Arturo and Miguel Angel)
- Monday Jan 22 (Sara and Hermes)
- Thursday Jan 25 (Miguel and Sebastian)
- Monday January 29 (Gil and Dennis) Bitcoin
- Thursday February 1 – VPNs (Victor and Miguel)
- Thursday February 1 – Ransomware (Vladimir and Alan)
- Thursday February 8 – Malvertising (Fernanda and Rudy)
- Thursday February 8 – Malware (Lázaro and Francisco)
- Monday February 12 – Phishing (Eduardo and David)
- Monday February 12 – SQL Injection (Dafne and Guillermo)
- Thursday February 15 – Quantum Computing and Security (Sara and Hermes)
- Monday February 19 – Rubber Ducky USB (Diego Toledo and César)
- Thursday February 22 – No class
- Monday February 26 – CyberEspionage (Arturo and Miguel Angel)
- Thursday April 5 – CAN Protocol and Security (Julio and Carlos)
- Monday April 9 – Invited speaker(s) from Intel Security
- Thursday April 12 (Moved again) – Security and UX (César)
- Monday April 16 – Micro-controllers and Security (Julio)
- Thursday April 19 – Mystery Topic (Lázaro and Francisco)
- Thursday April 19 – Mystery Topic (Eduardo and David)
- Monday April 23 – Mystery Topic (Miguel and ??)
- Monday April 23 – Mystery Topic (Fernanda and Rudy)
- Thursday April 26 – WiFi Pineapple?? (Diego)
- Thursday April 26 – Ciphers (Gil and Dennis)
- Thursday May 3 – Mystery Topic (Vladimir and Alan)
- Thursday May 3 – Mystery Topic (Dafne and Memo)
- You! Contact Ken.
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