NIT5110 - Networking Systems
|1.||Critically review cryptographic algorithms such as DES, RSA and security standards;|
|2.||Survey and investigate specific security issues in networked computing environments;|
|3.||Analyse the security of computer systems, networks, databases, websites and e-business;|
|4.||Propose advanced solutions to prevent hacking, impersonation, forging; and|
|5.||Design and implement protocols to protect networks against hacking.|
|Assignment||Class project with detailed specifications (3000 words)||20%|
|Test||Two tests (10%, one hour each)-Short questions||20%|
|Examination||Final Exam (3 hours)||60%|
Cryptography and network security: principles and practices 6th ed.
Stallings, W., (2014)
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