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COMS W 4180x or y Network Security

Introduction to network security concepts and mechanisms. Foundations of network security and an in-depth review of commonly-used security mechanisms and techniques, security threats and network-based attacks, applications of cryptography, authentication, access control, intrusion detection and response, security protocols (IPsec, SSL, Kerberos), denial of service, viruses and worms, software vulnerabilities, web security, wireless security, and privacy. - A. Keromytis
Prerequisites: COMS W3134, W3136, or W3137 and W4119, or the instructor's permission. General Education Requirement: Quantitative and Deductive Reasoning (QUA).
3 points Lect: 3.

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Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Spring 2014 :: COMS W4180
COMS
4180
76090
001
Th 10:10a - 12:40p
415 SCHAPIRO CEPSER
D. Cook 30 / 45 [ More Info ]