INFSCI 1075 NETWORK SECURITY (replaced by INFSCI 1600, effective Fall 2020)


Minimum Credits: 3
Maximum Credits: 3
Network security and cryptographic protocols. Network vulnerabilities, attacks on TCP/IP, network monitoring, security at the link, network and transport layers. Cryptography, e.g., Secret and public key schemes, message authentication codes and key management. Wlan security, ipsec, ssl, and vpns. E-mail security (pgp, s/mime); kerberos; x.509 Certificates; AAA and mobile IP; SNMP security; firewalls; filters and gateways. Policies and implementation of firewall policies; stateful firewalls; firewall appliances. Network related physical security, risk management and disaster recovery/contingency planning issues and housekeeping procedures.
Academic Career: Undergraduate
Course Component: Lecture
Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
Course Requirements: PREQ: (INFSCI 0017 or 0015 or CS 0401) and (INFSCI 1004 or 1070)

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