MPTM-652 Information Security
Fall for 2017-2018
Spring for 2017-2018
Summer for 2018
The Managing Information Security course is designed for managers charged with protecting IT systems, this course prepares you to anticipate the threat of Internet attacks—and develop effective strategies to defend against them. Learn the core concepts of data security, signature algorithms, key distribution, hash functions, and identification schemes. You’ll even explore public/private key cryptography, secret key schemes (DES and IDEA), public key schemes (RSA and ElGamal), and systems based on elliptic curves. The pertinent implementation aspects and current security estimations will be covered for all schemes.
Credits: 3.0
Prerequisites: None

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MPTM-652-20 Information Security
Fall for 2017-2018
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The Information Security course is designed for managers and executives involved in the protection of IT systems. This course prepares students to anticipate information security threats and to develop effective strategies to defend against them. Students will learn the core concepts of information security. They will study cryptography and information security of operating systems, applications, databases and networks. The course will be taught with a managerial perspective, focusing on risk management, economics and policies, including legal and privacy issues. Professional guests from various fields—such as business, law and government—will present case studies representative of their experiences.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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