Course DescriptionThis course introduces the fundamentals of modern cryptography as related to computer security and digital forensics, including the techniques of steganography, watermarking, digital signatures, and public key cryptography. Students will learn both the theory of cryptographic protection and the practicalities of properly implementing crypto-protection in the field, as well as how forensics experts deal with encrypted information. Students will apply what they learn in scenario-based exercises and projects.
Sample Course Outline
Knowledge of TCP/IP is recommended.
Students must have a Windows or Linux computer operating system; the Apple (Mac) operating system is not supported by this course.
Location for CKDF 120 - 210 is Brampton City Hall
- Computer Security and Digital Forensics : Required Courses
- Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) : Electives (select 2)