- Duration 15 Weeks
- Locations Mubarak Al-Abdullah
Basic and advanced concepts in cryptography and network security: symmetric and asymmetric cryptography, key management, e-mail security, IP security, Web security, intruders and malicious software.
- CSC473 (Computer Networks & Communication)
After successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
- Describe fundamental concepts behind Symmetric and Asymmetric Ciphers, Hash functions, Keyed Message Authentication Codes (HMAC) and Digital signatures. [ABET a, c, j].
- Apply knowledge of mathematics to understand and analyze cryptographic techniques. [ABET a, b, j].
- Understand issues and techniques related to key distribution. [ABET b, c, g, i,bk].
- Comprehend security issues in networking infrastructure. [ABET a, c, e, g].
- Discuss security issues in networked applications. [ABET a, c, e, g, k].
- Explain various security protocols (employed at different network layers). [ABET a, e].
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