Security Basics. Security+ Guide to Network Security Fundamentals Second Edition. Objectives. Identify who is responsible for information security Describe security principles Use effective authentication methods Control access to computer systems Audit information security schemesBy ursula-ball
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Security Continued. Public Key Cryptography Double Encryption. Receiver. Sender. Transmitted data. Hello. This is my message that must be kept secret. Hello. This is my message that must be kept secret. 12ga;jey ck027jc;L;sajckjyfrasbiiop[pa2354mghdas. Sender’s private Key.
Security (Continued). V.T. Raja, Ph.D., Oregon State University. Outline. Denial of Service (DoS) Attack Smurf Attack Half-open telnet sessions SYN Flood Attack Distributed DoS Attack Network Address Translation NAT Proxy Server Demilitarized Zone (DMZ).
Information Retrieval continued. Many slides in this presentation are from Christopher D. Manning, Prabhakar Raghavan and Hinrich Schütze , Introduction to Information Retrieval, Cambridge University Press. 2008.
Security and Authentication (continued). CS-4513 D-Term 2007
Information Security Training for People who Supervise Computer Users The HIPAA Security Law Became Effective April 21, 2005! We have new Information Security policies and procedures Taking good care of our data has become very important!
Information Security. Information Security for Research. Thursday October 14 th 2010. Information Security Officers (ISO). Terry Peters (352)376-1611 x4114 Patrick Cheek (352)376-1611 x4492. Protocol Approval Sensitive Information Authority to Transport Electronic Data Storage
Information Security. Methods and Practices in Classical and Quantum Regimes. Cryptography. What’s that mean? Kryptos : hidden, secret Gráphō : to write What does it do? Encryption: plaintext ciphertext Decryption: ciphertext plaintext Why would you want that? Confidentiality