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6864: Applied Cryptography

Prerequisites: INFSYS 6805 or INFSYS 6806, and INFSYS 6828, or consent of instructor. This course provides an overview of the building blocks of contemporary cryptographic solutions to address information security needs in organizations. The focus will be on understanding cryptographic primitives and applying them to assure confidentiality, integrity, authentication, and non-repudiation, among other security goals. Students will work on projects aimed at evaluating, selecting, and implementing an appropriate mix of cryptographic solutions, based on best practices, given particular application domains. Application areas in traditional as well as cloud-based Information Technology (IT) environments will be considered. Students will also learn about important considerations and pitfalls in managing cryptographic solutions at scale in modern IT environments. Students may not receive credit for both INFSYS 3864 and INFSYS 6864.
  • Credits:
    112154

Section 001

  • CRN
    14343
  • Class Begins:
    8/23/2021
  • Class Ends:
    12/18/2021
  • Schedule:
    06:00PM - 08:30PM
  • Room:
    Express Scripts Hall-00104
  • Instructor:
    Vijay Anand