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Data Encryption and Security

Code

KRS I1

Version

12.0

Offered by

ECTS

5

Prerequisites

Basic arithmetic knowledge

Main purpose

The main purpose of the course is to introduce a set of theories, methods and tools in order to attain the basic knowledge of identify and qualify protect of the critical data and information systems.

Knowledge

Skills

Competences

- To be able to identify various threats  - To know various protection mechanisms  - To be able to use and implement various data encryption technologies  - To have knowledge of one or more security standards

Topics

Security threats.  Private key and public key encryption systems.  Digital signatures and message digests. Key distribution.  Access control and protection mechanisms.  Security standards.

Teaching methods and study activities

- 12 weeks  - Acquired workload for students is estimated to 120 hours.  - There will be a large compiler construction project during the semester.

Resources

To be annonced.

Evaluation

Oral examination. App. 20 min med baggrund i synopsis med udgangspunkt i et selvvalgt emne. Without preperation.    To be entered for an examination it is a condition that tuition activities selected as obligatory by the teacher have been carried out within the set deadlines and approved. Same conditions apply to obtain "passed" without examination in case the course will not be examined.  For international students the above mentioned tuition activities will form the basis for an evaluation with marks from the ECTS-scale in case the course will not be examined.    There will be given a mark from the ECTS scale (for Danish students from the corresponding 7 step scale). The mark A (12 for Danish students) will be given for a very good performance with no or few and not important errors. The mark E (02 for Danish students) will be given for a just acceptable performance where at least half of the expected performance is reached.

Examination

Grading criteria

Additional information

Responsible

Jan Munch Pedersen

Valid from

1/1/2009 12:00:00 AM

Course type

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