Information on the course Network Security
here. The course is part of the
Master en Management de la Sécurité des
- (January 29 2010) Web site created.
- (September 13 2011) Web site updated.
- (November 13 2011) Web site updated.
- (February 20 2013) Web site updated.
Lectures are on Feb. 22, Mar. 8 and Apr. 26.
The lectures are taught in English.
Tentative outline of the lectures:
|Friday, Feb. 22
||CIA Triad, ISO-OSI network model, VPN, IPSec, and SSL/TLS
|Friday, Mar. 8
||Firewalls, intrusion detecion systems, and E-mail security (Part 1)
|Friday, Apr. 26
||E-mail security (Part 2), security protocols, RFID protocols, web security
By the end of the course the students will
- have a raised security awareness.
- be able to identify soft spots and potential points of attack in
- understand the basic principles of preventive, detective and corrective
measures that are normally applied for securing networks (firewalls, etc).
The text book for this course is William Stalling's "Network Security Essentials, Applications and Standards", Fourth Edition, Prentice Hall, 2010. ISBN-10: 0-13-610805-9
The lecture notes are available on Moodle.
The exercise sheets are available on Moodle.
New Homework assignments are available on Moodle after each lecture.