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- CS 484: Computer and Network Security
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BOOKS BY WILLIAM STALLINGS
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Course Description: This is a three Credit hours course. It is intended to give students the fundamental principles of computer security. Students should be able to understand what it means for a system to be secure and know about computing systems' vulnerabilities, threats, and security controls. The course include but not limited to the following topics: Introduction to cryptography, confidentiality, authentication, digital signatures, program security, operating systems security, and network security. Specific Goals include: students will be able to understand the major technical security challenges in cryptography. Professor: Ziad A. Al-Sharif, Ph.
CS 484: Computer and Network Security
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Follow StallingsBooks. Go here for Prentice Hall instructor support Websites for my other books. Project Support : This document describes support available to instructors for assigning projects to students. This textbook places greater emphasis on computer security issues as opposed to cryptography and network security issues. For instructors and students, there is a technical resource and course page to supplement the book.
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