As previously announced, the Cybersecurity Minor has passed and is in the process of being added to the catalog and other areas on the SVSU web site. In the meantime, below are the courses, their prerequisites, and when they will be offered:
CS232 – Cybersecurity System Administration. Pre-requisite: CS105. Offered: Fall semester (starting Fall 2016).
CS233 – Cybercrime. Pre-requisite: CS232. Offered: Winter semester (starting Winter 2017).
CJ315 – Private Security. Pre-requisite: None. Offered: Fall and Winter semesters.
CS333 – Forensics. Pre-requisite: CS216 and CJ315. Offered: Fall semester (starting Fall 2017).
CS433 – Cybersecurity. Pre-requisite: CS333. Offered: Winter semester (starting Winter 2018).
“Most major companies such as Microsoft, Google and Facebook have these types of programs. In fact, Collin Greene, who helped developed this program for Uber previously worked at Facebook with HackerOne CTO Alex Rice helping set up a similar program there — it’s a small world after all.
Uber’s program has several unique components. First of all, it’s trying to be as direct as possible with researchers when it comes to ground rules and payments. Greene says one of the issues that researchers/hackers have with these programs is that the payment system can be capricious. Someone finds a bug and a negotiation commences over how valuable it its.
He says that this program is going to be crystal clear about what Uber will pay, offering up to $10,000 for a critical bug.”
Source: Uber launches bug bounty program that pays hackers to find security issues | TechCrunch