Cybersecurity W202

Cryptography for Cyber and Network Security

3 units

Course Description

This course is focused on both the mathematical and practical foundations of cryptography. The course will discuss asymmetric and symmetric cryptography, Kerchkoff’s Principle, chosen and known plaintext attacks, public key infrastructure, X.509, SSL/TLS (https), and authentication protocols. The course will include an in-depth discussion of many different cryptosystems including the RSA, Rabin, DES, AES, Elliptic Curve, and SHA family cryptosystems.

Prerequisites

MICS students only.

Last updated:

February 6, 2018