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Applied Cryptography and Data Privacy

TAMUQ Continuing Education Services
Module Dates:
10-12 April 2018

Module Time: 4-8 PM

This module is located in Doha, Qatar at the LAS Building, Education City

Module Overview:
This module covers the fundamental concepts behind modern cryptographic systems and how they can be employed to secure data and private communications. In addition to the theoretical background, the module also focuses on the software implementation of cryptographic protocols with the OpenSSL library.
The module will cover the following topics: Symmetric cryptography, Public-key cryptography, One-way hash functions, Digital signatures, Authentication, Key management.

Learning Objectives
- Use cryptography to secure data communications between a client and a server
- Ability to secure computer systems against unauthorized access using cryptography
- Use cryptography to ensure data integrity
- Implement standard cryptographic protocols using the C programming language

Who should attend
This module is designed for computer science or engineering graduates with strong programming skills.

Module Instructor
Spiros Bakiras is an associate professor in the College of Science and Engineering at Hamad bin Khalifa University. Prior to this, he held teaching and research positions at Michigan Technological University, the City University of New York, the University of Hong Kong, and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. His current research interests include data security and privacy, and applied cryptography. He is a recipient of the US National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER award.

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