IS630 Information Security Policy and Practice

The course studies security mechanisms and their application to real-world systems. Students will learn about symmetric and asymmetric cryptography, block and stream ciphers, digital signatures, authentication, public key infrastructures, key management, key exchange, key escrow, security analysis, and security policies. Upon successful course completion, students will be able to implement secure systems that appropriately protect information while it is in motion and at rest.

Prerequisites
IS530
 

Credit Hours: 
3.00
Catalog Code: 
IS630