MPTM-662 Cryptography & Network Security
Fall for 2016-2017
This fundamental course covers the theory of encryption and standard protocols for data communications and network security. Students will learn the goals of cryptography such as data privacy, authenticity and integrity. Topics that may be covered include PKI, digital signatures, message authentication codes, hash functions, etc. An examination of network security defenses and countermeasures are also covered.
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Fall '16: Nebel, Roger (file download)
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