Information Systems Security Management 533

Regular university classes run from Aug. 31, 2020 to Dec. 4, 2020
Regular deadline to add/drop: Sep. 8, 2020 12:00pm  
Regular last day to withdraw: Dec. 4, 2020  

Information Systems Security Management 533 ISSM533
Cryptology and Secure Network Communications 3 (0-3s-0-0-0)

This course in cryptography focuses on securing data through authentication, cryptographic algorithms, access control, public key encryption and public key distribution using best practices for secure communications. Students assess and evaluate cryptographic systems and how they can be incorporated into an information security system and the security plan for the enterprise. Students implement secure sites 'on web servers' that require secure sockets layer for secure transactions. Emerging trends in encryption are discussed to prepare students for the ongoing changes which will be required to keep ahead of hackers.

Note: Open only to students in the Graduate Diploma in Information Assurance, Graduate Diploma in Information Security, Master of Information Systems Assurance Management, or Master of Information System Security Management programs.

Corequisites: Information Systems Security Management 521
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