Information System Security and Cryptography
BID Acad. year 2020/2021 Summer semester
Introduction, security standards, security management. Evaluation of security. Data transmission security, operating system and database security. Cryptographic algorithms and analysis, public key cryptography. Electronic commerce. Tamper resistant hardware.
Areas for the Doctoral State Exam:
- Information system security basics.
- Security evaluation standards.
- Security policies.
- Basic security functions.
- Symmetric cryptography.
- Asymmetric cryptography.
- Public key infrastructure - PKI.
- Web applications security.
- Communication security.
- Operating system security.
Language of instruction
Subject specific learning outcomes and competences
Students will learn basic principles of secure information systems design and security analysis.
Generic learning outcomes and competences
A deeper ability to design secure systems.
To acquaint with with the advanced concepts of information systems security. The Another area covered is applied cryptography, including classical cryptography and modern secret key and public key cryptography.
Prerequisite kwnowledge and skills
Basic knowledge of operating systems and computer networks.
- Savard, J. J. G.: A Cryptographic Compendium, 2000, dostupné na WWW
- Stallings, W.: Cryptography and Network Security, Pearson India, 2018, ISBN 9789332585225
- Bishop, M.:Computer Security Art and Science, 2nd Edition, November 2018, Addison-Wesley Professional, ISBN: 9780134097145
Syllabus of lectures
- Security standardisation
- Security management
- Security evaluation and audit
- Selected security mechanisms
- Advance cryptographic algorithms
- Public key infrastructure (PKI)
- Electronic commerce
- Tamper resistant hardware
Syllabus - others, projects and individual work of students
Studying a state-of-the-art research papers and preparing a report or a lecture based on the papers read.
Discussions within the lectures, a check of the prepared report.
Project and presentation of selected article
Course inclusion in study plans