CYBR 3570 CRYPTOGRAPHY (3 credits)
The course will provide a broad overview of the concepts, fundamental ideas, vocabulary, and literature base central to the study and development of cryptography and cryptanalysis. This course will explore historical development of cryptography, as well as methods used to defeat it. In addition, the course will cover the mathematical foundations of cryptography today, as well as some current uses of such cryptography, such as public key infrastructures, the Internet Key Exchange protocol, and more.
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): CSCI 3320 or ISQA 3300. Not open to non-degree graduate students.