Foundations of Cybersecurity 1 Ben Stock

Registration for this course is open until Sunday, 31.10.2021 23:59.

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Foundations of Cybersecurity 1

Students learn foundational security principles, basics of cryptography, network and network security, as well as privacy-preserving mechanisms. They learn to define security goals and are familiarized with the most common attack scenarios.

The lecture happens every Monday 12-14 in GHH. The tentative schedule is as follows: 

  • 18.10.2021 - Organization, Information Security Goals, Legal Aspects in Germany
  • first week (TBD): Howto Python
  • 25.10.2021 - Basic of Crypography 1: Historic Ciphers and Symmetric Cryptography
  • 1.11.2021 - No lecture
  • 8.11.2021 - Basic of Crypography 2: Hashes and MACs, Asymmetric Cryptography (Diffie-Hellman, Elgamal)
  • 15.11.2021 - Basic of Crypography 3: Asymmetric Cryptography (RSA), Public Key Infrastructure
  • 22.11.2021 - Authentication
  • 29.11.2021 - Network Security 1: LAN, WLAN, ARP, and DHCP
  • 6.12.2021 - Network Security 2: IPv4, IPv6, Routing
  • 13.12.2021 - Network Security 3: UDP, TCP, and Firewalls
  • 3.1.2022 - Network Security 4: DNS and DNSSEC
  • 10.1.2022 - Network Security 5: TLS, HTTPS, and Certificate Management
  • 17.1.2022  - No lecture
  • 24.1.2022 - Network Security 6: Denial of Service and Anonymous Communication; Database Privacy
  • 31.1.2022 - Web Security
  • 7.2.2022 - Exam Preparation


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