Schedule for cs556

Schedule for cs556 - operation; Triple DES; AES 9. Week 8 -...

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My RamCT | Accessibility | Help | Log o CS-556-814-2009FA Computer Security Your location: Home Page Lecture Notes › Schedule for CS 556 Schedule and Syllabus Following is schedule for this class. However, this is a very tentative schedule. We will most likely be digressing quite a bit Week 1 - Introduction; basic security concepts, threats, risks and security services 1. Week 2 - Access control models: Discretionary access control 2. Week 3 - Access control models: Mandatory access control 3. Week 4 - Access control models: Commercial security - Lippner's model, Clark Wilson model 4. Week 5 - Access control models: Commercial security - Chinese wall, Role Based Access Control 5. Week 6 - Access control models: Covert channels. 6. Week 7 - Required reading - Secure system evaluation (Orange Book, Common Criteria *) 7. Week 7 - Introduction to cryptography 8. Week 7 - Secret key cryptosystem: DES and its different modes of
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Unformatted text preview: operation; Triple DES; AES 9. Week 8 - Key escrow: Clipper chip, Fortezza 10. Week 9 - Public key cryptosystem: Introduction to modular arithmetic 11. Week 10 - Public key cryptosystems: Dife-Helman and RSA 12. Week 11 - Public key cryptosystems for digital signatures 13. Week 11 - Message digest, public key certicates distribution and revocation 14. Week 12 - Identication and authentication: Biometrics, passwords 15. Week 12 - Identication and authentication: One time passwords and challenge response schemes; Kerberos; X.509 based authentication 16. Week 13 - SSL and SSH 17. Week 14 - Privacy 18. Important Deadlines Blackboard Learning System https://ramct.colostate.edu/webct/urw/lc5116011.tp0/cobaltMai. .. 1 of 1 12/6/09 6:19 PM...
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