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Silva 1
Vanessa Silva
[instructors name]
[course name]
[date]
Socialism
There are many ideologies under which a country can be governed; however, socialism is one
of the most popular. Although, since its not practiced in the United States, many people do
Human Error
Nicholas Kelton
CIS4250
04/06/16
No matter the scientific discipline, understanding something at the macro starts by mapping
out the micro. Take, for example, biologists who study cells or physicists who work with atoms
and the wonderful advan
Privacy and
Personal
Information
A supplementary guide to a
complex and controversial
social phenomenon.
http:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfZhCB457Gs
Three Key Aspects of Privacy
Freedom from intrusion-being left
alone
Control of information about
oneself
Fr
NIST, FIPS, and you. . .
Bob Grill
Medi-Cal ISO
July 16, 2009
Reviewed 2013
1
Introduction
2
FIPS, FISMA and NIST
3
NIST
FISMA
FIPS
NIST
OMB
A-130
4
Security Characteristics
Dynamic
Definition of security
changing continuously.
Extremely expensive
and doe
Authority and
Responsibility
CIS-4250
FSU
Sources of Authority
Assumed
Role: often taken in a
leadership vacuum
Sources of Authority
Assumed
role, often taken in a
leadership vacuum
Apparent authority
Sources of Authority
Assumed
role, often taken in
Privacy Act of 1974
CIS-4250/CGS-4092
Spring 2015
Introduction to the Privacy Act
Status of the Privacy Act
Enacted as Public Law 93-579
Encoded at 5 CFR 552a
Oversight via OMB Circular A-130 Appendix I
Pertains to
Data collect by federal executive agenci
Dealing with
Technical
Sales
Working through the
Technobabble
Inside the mind of
SalesDroids*
*www.crankycpm.com
Primary motivation of
Sales
1.
Profit in the short term
Primary motivation of
Sales
1.
2.
Profit in the short term
Profit in the long term
Pri
Ethics and
Technology
Jack Winston
FSU
Introduction
Markkula
Center for Applied Ethics http
:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmVu66F
pd9U
Viewing actions though our
moral lens
Moral, right, good
Actions
Viewing actions though our
moral lens
Moral, right, good
N
Freedom of Information
Act
CIS-4250/CGS-4092
The Freedom of Information Act
- Summary
Title 5 of the United States Code, section 552, was signed into law in
1966
any person has the right of access to federal agency records or
information
agencies of the U
HIPAA Privacy & Security (Part 1 & Part
2)
HITECH
(Part 3)
Revised 3/23/2011
Note: Created by Tulane University
Two (2) parts of HIPAA covered
in this presentation:
HIPAA
Privacy Protection for the
privacy of Protected Health
Information (PHI) effective
CIS 5371 Cryptography
QUIZ 14 (5 minutes only) with answers
This quiz concerns the birthday attack and the Merkle-Damg transform.
ard
1. Use some of the following words/expressions to describe the birthday attack:
H : cfw_0, 1 cfw_0, 1 , cfw_0, 1 , y = H
CIS 5371 Cryptography
QUIZ 12 (5 minutes only) withn answers
This quiz concerns MACs.
1. Dene a M AC .
A message authentication code is a tuple (Gen,Mac,Vrfy) such that:
Gen takes input the security parameter 1n and outputs a key k with |k | n.
Mac takes
CIS 5371 Cryptography
QUIZ 11 (5 minutes only) with answwers
This quiz concerns MACs.
1. Let F be a pseudorandom function. Show that the following MAC for messages of length
2n is insecure:
The shared key is a random key k cfw_0, 1n . To authenticate m1 |
CIS 5371 Cryptography
QUIZ 11 (5 minutes only) with answers
This quiz concerns encryption va message authentication. The next quiz regards:
1. Alice and Bob compare the functionalities of encryption and message authentication. Alice
claims that there is n
CIS 5371 Cryptography
QUIZ 9 (5 minutes only) with solutions
This quiz concerns pseudorandomness.
1. Alice and Bob discuss the practicality of private-key encryption schemes. Bob says that
there is not much dierence between the cost of the one-time pad, p
CIS 5371 Cryptography
QUIZ 8 (5 minutes only)
This quiz concerns CPA security.
1. What does CPA-security mean. Answer. Chosen Plaintext Attack.
2. The distinguisher D in the CPA experiment has oracle access to the encryption function.
What does this mean?
CIS 5371 Cryptography
QUIZ 7 (5 minutes only) with answers
This quiz concerns pseudorandom functions.
1. Let F be a psedorandom function. In class we dened a private-key encryption scheme with,
Enck (m) = r, Fk (r) m .
Explain,
(a) What are k, r, m?
Answe
CIS 5371 Cryptography
QUIZ 6 (5 minutes only) with answers
This quiz concerns semantic security.
1. You have designed hardware decryption device D that (unfortunately) emits a weak
RF signal when decrypting. The client is worried that this signal could be
CIS 5371 Cryptography
QUIZ 4 (5 minutes only) with answers
This quiz concerns Private Key Encryption.
1. Describe the four steps of the eavesdropping indistinguishability experiment PrivKeav , for an
A ,
encryption scheme = (Gen, Enc, Dec) with adversary
CIS 5371 Cryptography
QUIZ 3 & 4 (5 minutes only) with answers
This quiz concerns Private Key Encryption.
1. In the experiment PrivKeav (A, ) for the symmetric encryption scheme , the adversary A selects
two messages m0 , m1 (these could be identical!) an
CIS 5371 Cryptography
QUIZ 2 (5 minutes only) with answers
This quiz concerns Perfect Secrecy and the One-time Pad.
1. State the last (or, one but last) denition given in class for secure encryption.
Answer.
An encryption scheme is secure if no adversary
CIS 5371 Cryptography
QUIZ 1 (5 minutes only) with answers
This quiz concerns the Intro to Number Theory discussion and basics of
cryptography.
1. Fermats Little theorem states that:
For every prime number p and number a with 0 a < p we have: ap = a mod p
CIS 5371 Cryptography
Home Assignment 3 with answers
Due: At the beginning of the class on February 26, 2013
Exercises taken from the course textbook. Jonathan Katz and Yehuda Lindell, Introduction to Modern Cryptography.
3.6 Let G be a pseudorandom gener
CIS 5371 Cryptography
Home Assignment 1
Due: At the beginning of the class on on Feb 12, 2013
Exercises taken from the course textbook. Jonathan Katz and Yehuda Lindell, Introduction to
Modern Cryptography.
1.3 Consider an improved version of the Vigen`r
CIS 5371 Cryptography
8. Encryption -Asymmetric Techniques
Textbook
Textbook encryption algorithms
In this chapter, security (confidentiality) is considered
this chapter security (confidentiality) is considered
in the following sense:
All-or-nothing secr
CIS
CIS 5371 Cryptography
6. An Introduction to Number Theory
1
Congruence and Residue classes
Arithmetic modulo n, Zn
Solving linear equations
The Chinese Remainder Theorem
Eulers phi function
The theorems of Fermat and Euler
Quadratic residues
Legendre
CIS
CIS 5371 Cryptography
5. Algebraic foundations
1
Groups
Group (G,)
A set G with a binary operation for which we have
Closure
Associativity
An identity
Each element has an inverse
2
Groups
Examples
(Z,+), (Zp*, ), (Zn*, ) are all groups
Here:
Zn =cfw_0