Computer Science

21 Mar

Job Description:

working on all dotnet technologies included in the project. working with Amazon services for Microservices included in the project. using Amazon services like Lambda, Kenises, S3, CloudWatch and Troubleshoot, debug and upgrade the existing system and using GIT for source code management.

– Involved in designing of the new voice recognize Alexa skill to support our application.

– Experience in developing application pages using Angular JS and Metro UI for responsive.

– Involved in supporting complete site, involved in application support and fixing high priority issues.

– Write well-designed, testable code that we have the product developed.

– Working on HTML, CSS, JS, Angular JS, .Net, SQL, AWS Services, Web API, Bootstrap included in the project.

– Working with Amazon lambda functions for Microservices included in the project.

– Working with Machine Learning project using Amazon services like Lambda, Kenises, S3, CloudWatch.

– Managing various clients existing cloud environment and supporting for managing releases as per team schedule.

– Providing support for Installation of new instances & cloud technologies the site as part of new installations in different global locations.

– Interaction with various clients for providing updates on out API and recommendations on the possible enhancements for more stable endpoints.

– Resolving deployment issues and coordination with Operations for deploying services in production.

– Preparing quarterly and yearly code backup as per client agreement and providing the updates to clients respectively.

– Working on performance issues on the existing infrastructure and provide the remedy to resolve the issues.

Course Descriptions

Below are concise descriptions of each course in the Master of Science in Information Security program,


MSIS 531 – Access Control. 

The course provides an in depth study of the three main security principles: availability, integrity and confidentiality. The course examines mechanisms used to control what resources an entity can access, and the extent of the entity’s capabilities to interact with the resource. The course also examines approaches to auditing how the entity interacts with the resource.


Upon completion of the course, students will be able to

 Identify the types of access control technologies used in a networking environment.

 Implement knowledge-based and biometric authentication

 Identify knowledge-based and characteristics-based authentication technologies.

 Recognize how single sign-on systems (SSOs), one-time passwords (OTPs), and smart cards are used for authentication.

 Determine the appropriate type of authentication to implement in a given enterprise scenario.

 Recognize ways of securing passwords and identify different types of attack against passwords and password files.

 Select the appropriate access control model for a scenario.

 Determine the most appropriate access control model to implement in a given situation.

 Recognize how different types of access control techniques operate.

 Distinguish between centralized and decentralized access control administration mechanisms.

 Identify information detection system (IDS) mechanisms and implementation methods, and recognize various intrusion detection and prevention techniques.


MSIS 536 – Security Architecture and Design.

The course focuses on the concepts and standards for designing and implementing secure software systems.

Upon completion of the course, students will be able to

 Recognize the components of the basic information system architecture and their functionality, and differentiate between hardware, software, and firmware.

 Differentiate between machine types and recognize the functions of network protocols and the resource manager.

 Distinguish between types of storage devices and how they are used.

 Determine which system resources can be found at the different protection rings and how the rings control subject access to objects.

 Differentiate between key security concepts, recognize the roles of TCB, reference monitor, and security kernel in protecting the operating system.

 Differentiate between the various criteria and standards used to evaluate security in a networking environment.

 Specify the security level that should be assigned to various objects and determine how to implement the standard.

 Recognize the logistics of various security models used to enforce rules and protection mechanisms. .

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