GD 558 Studies in Cyber Systems II 6 Cr.
The course navigates sections of classical mathematics and computer science used to construct mathematical models of information security. It discusses the need for mathematical models in different security paradigms along with the essential definitions, concepts and results for developing the models, their strengths and weaknesses, and, consequently, its application to practical problems. The course also addresses statistical methods for forensic accounting and assurance, internal
controls and financial information systems, and auditing of modern complex accounting information systems.