CryptoSyllabus - CIS 3362: Cryptography and Information...

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CIS 3362: Cryptography and Information Security - Fall 2010 Arup Guha [email protected], (407) 823 - 1062 Office Hours: MWF 10:30-11am, MW 5:00-5:45pm, MF 1:30-2:30, TR 3-4pm Course Web Page: http://www.cs.ucf.edu/courses/cis3362/fall2010 Class Days and Times: MWF 9:30-10:20 am Classroom: HEC-118 Required Textbook: Cryptography and Network Security by William Stallings (ISBN- 13: 978-0-13-609704-4) Outline of material covered: Resource 1. Introduction to Cryptography Cht. 1 2. Mathematics Background for Classical Schemes Notes 3. Classical Cryptosystems Cht. 2 + Notes 4. Cryptanalysis of Classical Schemes Cht. 2 + Notes 5. DES 3 6. AES 4, 5 7. Public Key Cryptosystems 8, 9 8. Key Management 10 9. Authentication 11 10. Hash Functions 12 11. Digital Signatures 13 Tentative Assignments and Grading Breakdown: worth(% of grade) 6 Homework Assignments (5% each) 30 Online Quizzes (5 of these) 10 Exam #1 10 Exam #2 10 Exam #3 10 Final Exam 30 Note: +/- grades may be given in this course if deemed appropriate. Homework All homework assignments will be done in pairs. Students may only confer with their partner for each assignment. Students may change partners for each assignment but this
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CryptoSyllabus - CIS 3362: Cryptography and Information...

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