cmgt432 | undergraduate
Introduction To Cryptography
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Cryptography and Network Security
- Explain possible attacks against remote access connections and how cryptography reduces the risk of these attacks.
- Explain Internet Protocol Security (IPSec) and Virtual Private Network (VPN).
- Apply the use of cryptography in a wireless network.
Cryptography and Web Security
- Apply Internet Communication and Transactional Security with SET, S-HTTP and SSL.
- Explain how e-mail can be secured through certificates and encryption.
- Identify cryptographic techniques for securing e-mail.
Cryptography and Other Applications
- Identify the use of cryptography in desktop and mobile end points.
- Explain trends in the application of cryptography.
- Identify the use of cryptography in database management systems.
Distinguish between symmetrical and asymmetrical encryption.
- Explain the basic principles of cryptography.
- Explain the potential attacks on cryptosystems.
- Apply encryption standards on data.
- Compare and contrast the different types of encryption standards.
- Recognize the importance of key management for cryptography.
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