System and Networks Security (183202)  


Syllabus

Sr. Topics Teaching Hours Module Weightage
1
Network Fundamentals.
  • LANs, WANs, MANs.
  • Network Software: Protocol Hierarchies, Design Issues in layers, Services Primitive.
  • Critique of the OSI and TCP.
  • Birth and Growth of the Internet, ARPANET, NSFNET.
  • Common networks: X.25, ATM, Ethernet, WLANs.
2
Introduction to Security Issues.
  • Security Trends.
  • OSI Security Architecture.
  • Security attacks, Security Services and Security Mechanism.
  • Model of Network Security.
3
Symmetric Ciphers.
  • Symmetric Cipher Model.
  • Substitution techniques.
  • Transposition techniques.
  • Stegnography.
  • Block Cipher principles and Design issues.
  • Data Encryption Standard.
  • Advance Encryption Standard.
  • Traffic Confidentiality.
  • Key Distribution.
4
Public Key Cryptography.
  • Principles.
  • RSA Algorithm.
  • Key Management.
  • Deffie-Hellman Key Exchange.
5
Network Security.
  • Digital Signatures.
  • Authentication Protocols.
  • DSS.
  • Kerberos.
  • X.509 Authentication Services.
  • Public Key Infrastructure.
6
Email Security and IP Security.
  • Introduction to PGP.
  • Introduction to S/MIME.
  • IP Security Overview.
  • IP Security Architecture.
7
Web Security.
  • Threats and Security Approaches.
  • Secure Socket Layer.
  • Secure Electronic Transaction.
  • Intruders.
  • Intrusion Detection.
  • Password Management.
8
Malicious Software.
  • Viruses and Related Threats.
  • Virus Countermeasures.
  • Distributed Denial of Service attacks.
  • Firewalls Design Principles.
  • Trusted System