CS 2530 COMPUTER AND NETWORK SECURITY

Description

The goal of the proposed course is to provide our graduate students the necessary background and hands on experience to do well in systems research or advanced development with an emphasis on security. The instructor will lecture on cryptographic algorithms for data confidentiality, authentication, and integrity, security protocols for the internet and local area networks, firewalls, intrusion detection systems, defense against denial of service attacks, user authentication methods, cryptographic file systems, secure email stenography and usable security.

  • Credits: Variable
  • Frequency: Every term

Prerequisites

Requirements and Grading

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Fall 2016

Class Number Days Hours Room Instructor TA/Grader Dept/Limit Type Session Writing
29060 TH 9:30 am - 10:45 am SENSQ 6516 A. Lee
K. Yung
CS/15 LEC TERM