See also my list of questions (by topic).
Please ignore first few administrative foils in the first lectures of each course.
Subject / Title of Lecture
|--||0.1||Computer Networking Essentials|
|Intro to Computer Networks||0.2||Introduction to Network Security: simple introduction to network security and basic cryptography, appropriate as part of networking course. In power-point and pdf formats.|
|Intro to Security||0.3||Introduction to secure communication and commerce: threat models and simplified crypto|
|Intro to Applied Crypto||1||
Introduction to cryptography and security: Principles, ciphers, pseudo-randomness, encryption schemes.
|2||Hashing, One Way Functions and Commitment|
|3||Authentication and shared key distribution|
Resiliency to penetrations and exposure (including secret sharing, distributed/threshold and proactive security)
|Intro to Secure Communic. and Commerce||9|
|11||XML & Security|
|12||Introduction to secure e-commerce, and: Resolving Disputes via Trusted Third Party Protocols (notarization, time-stamping, trusted delivery, certified mail, fair-exchange, contract signing,...)|
|14||Secure E-Commerce Applications: Copyright Protection, Voting, Auctions|
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