Advanced Information Security

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Sangram Routray

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Course Name :ADVANCED INFORMATION SECURITY

 

Code(Credit) : CUTM1624(4-0-0)

Course Objectives

  • The objective of this course is to focus on the models, tools, and techniques for enforcement of security.
  • Students will learn security from multiple perspectives.

Learning Outcomes

  • Will gain familiarity with computer network, defences against them, and forensics to investigate the aftermath.
  • Develop a basic understanding of Risk assessment
  • Develop an understanding of security policies as well as protocols to implement such policies

Course Syllabus

MODULE (I):                                                                                            

 

Digital Rights Management- Meaning of Digital Rights Management (DRM) - Need for DRM and preventing illegal file sharing on the Internet - DRM schemes - Microsoft DRM 2.0, and the Content Scrambling System.

 

MODULE (II):                                                                                           

 

DRM Schemes–Advantages and disadvantages of DRM schemes - Requirements for a good DRM scheme- secure hardware, secure software, and an efficient legal system.

 

MODULE (III):                                                                                          

 

Operating System Security-Cryptology-Classical Encryption Techniques - Substitution Techniques - Transposition Techniques–-Permutation Methods - Confidentiality using conventional encryption - Placement of Encryption -Symmetric and Asymmetric crypto systems–common crypto standards and applications - Traffic Confidentiality – Key Distribution - Random Number Generation - Key Management - Generating Keys - Nonlinear Key spaces -Transferring Keys - Verifying Keys - Using Keys - Updating Keys - Storing Keys - Backup Keys – Compromised Keys - Lifetime of Keys - Destroying Keys - Public-Key Key infrastructure - Criminal Code Systems Analysis -Sports Bookmaking Codes - Horse Race Bookmaking Codes - Number Bookmaking Codes - Drug Codes – Pager Codes- Steganography.

 

MODULE (IV):                                                                                          

Database Security-Overview of Database - Database application security models-Data base auditing models-Application data auditing-Practices of database auditing. Data Loss prevention – Content Filtering - Device Control - Network DLP - Host DLP.

Session Plan

Session 1

Session 2

Meaning of Digital Rights Management

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4sbhzLh9XDE

Session 4

preventing illegal file sharing on the Internet

Session 5

DRM schemes

Session 6

Microsoft DRM 2.0

Session 7

Content Scrambling System

Session 8

DRM Schemes

Session 9

Content Scrambling System

Session 10

Advantages and disadvantages of DRM schemes

Session 11

Requirements for a good DRM scheme

Session 12

secure hardware

Session 13

secure software

Session 14

an efficient legal system

Session 15

Cryptology

Session 16

Classical Encryption Techniques

Session 17

Substitution Techniques - Transposition Techniques

Session 18

Permutation Methods

Session 19

Confidentiality using conventional encryption

Session 20

Placement of Encryption

Session 21

Symmetric and Asymmetric crypto systems

Session 22

common crypto standards and applications

Session 23

Traffic Confidentiality

Session 24

Random Number Generation

Session 25

Key Management - Generating Keys

Session 26

Nonlinear Key spaces -Transferring Keys

Session 27

Verifying Keys - Using Keys

Session 28

Updating Keys - Storing Keys

Session 29

Backup Keys – Compromised Keys

Session 30

Lifetime of Keys - Destroying Keys

Session 31

Public-Key Key infrastructure

Session 32

Criminal Code Systems Analysis

Session 33

Sports Bookmaking Codes - Horse Race Bookmaking Codes

Session 34

Number Bookmaking Codes - Drug Codes

Session 35

Pager Codes- Steganography

Session 36

Database Security-Overview of Database

Session 37

Database application security models

Session 38

Data base auditing models

Session 39

Application data auditing,Practices of database auditing

Session 40

Data Loss Prevention, Content Filtering, Device Control, Network DLP,Host DLP

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