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Catalog and Student Handbook 2010-2011 [Archived Catalog]

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CIS 281 - Computer Security

This course covers the theory and practice of computer security. Security in operating systems, networks, and data systems will be covered, with an emphasis on data protection. Cryptographic techniques and tools are surveyed and applied to security problems, including shared key, public key, key exchange, and digital signature (RSA, DSS, etc.). An organizational or process view of security is applied throughout the course, separating policy from organizational procedure. From this course, students can expect to gain an understanding of applying basic computer security theory to common problems found in the business world today.

(Prerequisite: CIS 175.)

Credits: (3).

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