Gokhan Kul, PhD
Computer & Information Science
|2018||University at Buffalo, SUNY||PhD in Computer Science|
|2012||Middle East Technical University||MS in Computer Engineering|
|2010||TOBB University of Economics and Technology||BS in Computer Engineering|
- Digital Forensics
- Computer Science BS, BS/MS
- Computer Science MS
- Computer Science Graduate Certificate
- Mobile Applications Development
- Software Engineering Option
Cyber defense, operations, cyber warfare, insider threat mitigation. This course introduces the basis to create security programs in organizations by exploring cyber defense mechanisms. The course covers offensive techniques to collect intelligence while remaining hidden in computer systems and infrastructure. It also covers defensive techniques to mitigate malware, evict adversaries from operational systems, and cryptanalysis-based intelligence techniques over encrypted communication.
Department seminar presentations by speakers from industry and academia in addition to UMass Dartmouth faculty, and CIS Master student thesis defense presentations that are scheduled during the seminar course time slot. Students are required to attend these presentations and participate in technical discussions and write a report by the end of the semester.
Offered as needed to present advanced material to graduate students.
- Database Systems