CSIT 537 Applied Encryption and Cryptology

Prerequisites: A minimum grade of B- in CSIT 555 or permission of the instructor. Introduction to cryptology, the science of making and breaking secret codes. Topics include encryption, cryptanalysis, public and secret key encryption, block ciphers and digital signatures. Classic and modern cryptography and encryption concepts will be introduced as tools and safeguards to be applied, implemented and evaluated in real-world scenarios.




Spring Semester (Even Years)