T.A.’ing CSCI-E170: Security, Privacy and Usability with Scott Bradner


My weekly “icing on the cake” this Spring has been to T.A. Scott‘s course on Security, Privacy and Usability. Educating younger generations on the beautiful and scary realities of the cyber world is an immensely rewarding activity. The course is an interesting mix of technology, security, law, observations of key actors (government, private sector, etc.) and their actions in cyberspace, etc. I would describe E170 using Jonathan Zittrain‘s words to describe iLaw: “it’s like a very rich piece of chocolate cake”.


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