INCS 741 CryptographyFall 2011 - 3 Credits
New York Institute of Technology-Amman's Campus
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Weeks 1a: Chapter 2: Classical Encryption Techniques Chapter 2Weeks 1b: Chapter 3: Block Cipher and DES Chapter 3
Week 2: Chapter 6: Contemporary Symmetric Chiphers Chapter 6
Week 3::Chapter 9: Public Key Cryptography and RSA: Chapter 9
Week 4a: Chapter11: Message Authentication and Hash Functions Chapter 11
Week 5: Chapter13: Digital Signatures Chapter 13
Catalog DescriptionIntroduction to key issues in cryptography. Topics covered include definitions of security, digital signatures, cryptographic hash functions, authentication, symmetric and asymmetric encryption, stream ciphers, and zero-knowledge proof systems.
knowledge of undergraduate introduction to computer and networking security or equivalent, and discrete math.
The BookW. Stallings. Cryptography & Network Security, Fourth Edition, Prentice Hall, 2006.
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PrerequisitesThis class is open to undergraduate students in the last year.
Dr. Lo'ai A. Tawalbeh
|16 October 2011|