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CIS 551 - Fundamentals of Computer and Information Security

Credits: 3

An introduction to computer and information security, including common attack techniques, application of cryptography in security, authentication and authorization, network security, enterprise network defense, web security, and analysis of design flaws that render a system vulnerable. Course projects provide hands-on experience on both the defense and offense aspects in cyberspace.

Three hours recitation a week.

Not available for credit to students with credit in CIS 751.

Prerequisite: CIS 450 or CIS 520. Students may enroll in CIS courses only if they have earned a grade of C or better for each prerequisite to those courses.

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K-State 8
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