Introduction to Cryptography


Course Description : Basic concepts of cryptology, historical ciphers, modern symmetric ciphers such as DES, public key cryptography (RSA, elliptic curve cryptosystems), efficient hardware and software implementations of cryptographic primitives, copyright protection (including the Digital Millennium Copyright Act), requirements for implementation of cryptographic modules, data integrity and authentication, digital signature schemes, key exchange and key management, standard protocols for secure mail, electronic payments, security aspects of mobile communications, key escrow schemes, Smart cards, social implications of new technologies.

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Allyson Mader
Brandon Pollett
George Thompson
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September 7
September 14
September 21
October 5
October 19
October 26
November 9
November 9
November 16

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