ee4215_c0 - 0.1 Course Aims Objectives Aim to provide...

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0.1 Course Aims & Objectives Aim to provide students with the knowledge in computer security technologies Principles of cryptography will be discussed Techniques for computer data, communications and card technologies will be covered in depth. Representative methods used in magnetic card and smart card will be described.
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0.2 Syllabus Introduction Threats to Computer Systems Preventive Security Approaches Logistic Security Approaches Card Security Applications Internet Security Applications
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0.3 Teaching Patten Lecture/Tutorial 33 hours Lab 3 hours
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0.4 Assessment Pattern Course Work: 40% (3 x [email protected]%, 1 x assignment @10%, 1 x Lab (10%) and 1 x tests @10%) Examination: 60% (two hours)
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  • Spring '12
  • drx
  • security applications, Preventive Security Approaches, Logistic Security Approaches, Card Security Applications, Internet Security Applications

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