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NETWORK SECURITY By Faraz Idris Khan
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WEEK1: INTRODUCTION Chapter 1
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AGENDA Course Introduction and Pre requisites Discussion on Grading Policy Expectation from the course
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COURSE INTRODUCTION Course Title: Network Security Credit Hrs: 3 + 0 Course Instructor’s Name: Faraz Idris Khan Office Timings: Wednesday 9:00 – 12:00 Office: Room no. 14 CS Building Pre requisites: Computer Networks, Basic Understanding of TCP/IP , Socket Programming, Programming Languages C, C++ and Java Course Text Books Network Security Essentials: Applications and Standards William Stallings 4 th Edition Cryptography and Network Security: Principles and Practice William Stallings 5 th Edition Research Papers
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GRADING POLICY Relative Grading Scheme Class average Assessment Model Assignments 5% Quizzes 5% Class Participation 5% Midterms (10 + 10) % Project 25% Final 40% Assignments and Project Policy There will be hard deadlines. Nothing will be accepted after the deadlines Assignments and Projects in Teams of 3 Phase 1 (5%): Page Proposal Maximum 1page Phase 2 (10%): Midterm Report Maximum 3 pages Phase 3 (10%): Final Report Maximum 10 pages ( In class presentation and demo )
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COURSE OUTLINE Introduction ( Week 1 & 2) Cryptography ( Basics of Network Security ) ( Week 3 – 6 ) S YMMETRIC E NCRYPTION AND M ESSAGE C ONFIDENTIALITY P UBLIC -K EY C RYPTOGRAPHY AND M ESSAGE A UTHENTICATION Network Security Applications ( Network Security ) ( Week 7 – 10 ) K EY D ISTRIBUTION AND U SER A UTHENTICATION TRANSPORT-LEVEL SECURITY WIRELESS NETWORK SECURITY ELECTRONIC MAIL SECURITY IP SECURITY System Security ( Network Security ) ( Week 11 ) INTRUDERS MALICIOUS SOFTWARE FIREWALLS Advance Topics (Week 12 – 15 ) LEGAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES MOBILE AND WSN SECURITY SDN ( SOFTWARE DEFINED NETWORKS ) SECURITY
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EXPECTATION FROM THE COURSE The objective of the course is to equip the students with the knowledge of basics of network security and its concepts. We will visit different type of security attacks and look at different algorithms that exist up-to-date. Moreover, we will also look at ethical hacking and different type of hacking attacks.
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Chapter 1 : Introduction Network Security Essentials: Applications and Standards William Stallings 4 th Edition
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AGENDA Computer Security Concepts The OSI Security Architecture Security Attacks Security Services Security Mechanisms A Model for Network Security
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COMPUTER SECURITY CONCEPTS Definition of Computer Security NIST Computer Security Handbook The protection afforded to an automated information system in order to attain the applicable objectives of preserving the integrity, availability, and confidentiality of information system resources (includes hardware, software, firmware, information/data, and telecommunications).
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COMPUTER SECURITY CONCEPTS NIST
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