COEN 350 Winter 2008
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Network Security

Distributed system security. Protocols for secure communication. Describing and analyzing attacks on networks. Methods to analyze event-sequences, detect intrusion, and prevent attacks based upon formal network models and security requirements. Software decoys. Authentication, certification, and key management. CORBA security. Kerberos. Security for network layers, including the TCP/IP protocol, ATM, private virtual networks, and firewalls. Internetworking and internet protocols. Privacy and proof of delivery issues for e-mail service, PEM (privacy enhanced mail), and PGP (pretty good privacy). Current trends in mobile IP, mobile databases, and data management, protocols, and security for wireless communication. Prerequisite: COEN 253. (2 units)

2008 Thomas Schwarz, S.J., COEN, SCU SCU COEN COEN350 T. Schwarz
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