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Yidan Hu

Assistant Professor

Department of Computing Security
Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences

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Yidan Hu

Assistant Professor

Department of Computing Security
Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences

Currently Teaching

CSEC-472
3 Credits
Access control and authentication systems are some of the most critical components of cybersecurity ecosystems. This course covers the theory, design, and implementation of systems used in identification, authentication, authorization, and accountability processes with a focus on trust at each layer. Students will examine formal models of access control systems and approaches to system accreditation, the application of cryptography to authentication systems, and the implementation of IAAA principles in modern operating systems. A special focus will be placed on preparing students to research and write about future topics in this area.
CSEC-759
3 Credits
This course explores current topics in Computing Security. It is intended as a place holder course for faculty to experiment new course offerings in Computing Security undergraduate program. Course specific details change with respect to each specific focal area proposed by faculty.

In the News

  • September 27, 2022

    side-by-side portraits of professors Yidan Hu and Ivan De Oliveira Nunes.

    Two RIT cybersecurity professors win Meta Research Awards

    Yidan Hu and Ivan De Oliveira Nunes have each won Meta Research Awards for their cutting-edge cybersecurity research. The assistant professors of computing security are working to protect people’s safety on their augmented reality and smart devices.