Syllabus International BURCH UniversityDepartment of Information Technology CEN 582 COMPUTER AND NETWORK SECURITY

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Syllabus

International BURCH University

Department
of Information Technology


CEN 582 COMPUTER AND NETWORK SECURITY


Term:


200
9
-
20
1
0 Spring

Instructor:

Dr.
Abdülhamit Subaşı




asubasi@ibu
.edu.ba

Office Hour:

Open Door Policy

Class Schedule:

Wednesday 1
6
:
00
-
1
8
:50


Course Objectives



Introduce computer and network security concepts.



Introduce confidentiality, integrity and availability



Develop some general design decisions that should be made when constructing secure systems



Develop basic applica
tion of information security concepts.


Grading

Subject Research




2
5
%

Project






25
%

Final Examination




50
%


Evaluati on Policies



Examination dates and times set forth are firm. Students are requested to check their timetable a
nd report
possible conflicts with other courses.



Absence in Mid Term examination and Quizzes, late delivery of research subject and project reports will be
automatically marked as zero, unless the student presents a properly documented valid reason.


Text Book
:


1.
William

Stallings and Lawrie Brown
,
Computer Security, Principles and Practice,

Prentice Hall, 2008.

2. Dieter Gollmann,
Computer Security
, Wiley, 2005.

3. William

Stallings,

Cryptography and Network Security, Principles and Practic
es
,

Fourth Edition, Prentice Hall,
2005.

Course Outline



Introduction to Computer and Network Security



Cryptographic Tools



User Authentication



Access Control



Database Security



Intrusion Detection



Malicious Software



Denial of Service



Firewalls an
d Intrusion Prevention



Trusted Computing and Multilevel Security



Buffer Overflow



Other Software Security Issues



Physical and Infrastructure Security



Human Factors



Security Auditing



IT Security Management and Risk Assessment



IT Security Controls, Plans and
Procedures



Legal and Ethical Aspects



Symmetric Encryption and Message Confidentiality



Public
-
Key Cryptography and Message Authentication



Internet Security Protocols and Standards



Internet Authentication Applications



Unix/Linux Security



Windows and Windows
Vista Security



Presentation

At the end of the course, students will be required to perform a final presentation on a cryptography related subject.
The presentation should be well prepared and should give an overview of a special topic in comp
uter and network
security.



Mobile and Wireless network security




Bluetooth Security







E
-
mail security PGP




Database security






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Web security






E
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Digital Signature




IP security






VPN Security





Wate
rmarking and information hiding





VoIP Security





JAVA security





.NET Security





PHP security




Project



Secure Web Browser





Secure E
-
mail program




Secure File Transfer





Secure Chat






Packet filtering






Secure voice communication





Sec
ure teleconferencing





Symmetric Ciphers

(vigenere, RC4)




JAVA security solutions



Digital Signatures






Block Ciphers and the Data Encryption Standard


JAVA security solutions

Beginning Cryptography with JAVA



Advanced Encryption Standard







Message Auth
entication and Hash Functions





Public
-
Key Cryptography and RSA





Elliptic Curve Cryptography






Face recognition



IDS


Course Calendar:


Week

Lecture

Laboratory

Assignments

1

28.09.2009

Introduction to MATLAB

01.10.2009



2

05.10.2009

Loop Structures

in
MATLAB

08.10.2009


1

3

12.10.2009

Arrays and Functions in MATLAB

15.10.2009


2

4

19.10.2009

String Functions in MATLAB

22.10.2009

-

Quiz 1

3

5

26.10.2009

MATLAB Usage and Computational
Errors

29.10.2009


4

6

02.11.2009

System of Linear Equations

05.1
1.2009

-

Quiz 2

5

7

9.11.2009

Interpolation and Curve Fitting

16.11.2009


6

8

16.11.2009

Midterm Exam

19.11.2009

-

Quiz 3

7

9

23.11.2009

Nonlinear Equations

26.11.2009


8

10

30.11.2009

Numerical Differentiation/Integration




11

07.12.2009

Ordina
ry Differential Equations


10.12.2009



12

14.12.2009

Optimization

17.12.2009

-

Quiz 4

9

13

21.12.2009

Matrices and Eigenvalues


24.12.2009


10

14

28.12.2009

Random numbers,
Fourier analysis


31.12.2009

-

Quiz 5

11

15

04.01.2010

Partial Differential

Equations


07.01.2010



16


Final Exam