Internet and E-Commerce Security
20 hours over 10 weeks (1 two-hour meeting per week)
Special security requirements of the Internet. WWW security. E-mail
security. Java security features, CGI scripts, cookies, and certified
code. Intrusion prevention strategies. Designing secure e-commerce
systems. Agent technologies. Prerequisite: COEN 253 (Secure Systems
Development and Evaluation).
Course Learning Objective:
Understanding of secure electronic commerce architectures and
proficiency with related technologies. Appreciation for legislative and
regulatory issues of secure electronic commerce and for the role of
public policy in shaping a global digital economy.
Secure electronic commerce technology, models, and issues. Principles
and case studies of secure electronic commerce. Introduction to
security architectures for secure electronic commerce including digital
signatures, certificates, and public key infrastructure (PKI). Legal
and national secure electronic commerce issues.
Method of Instruction:
Lectures, case studies, invited speakers, homeworks, participation in
digital economy simulation
Tests, assignments, projects
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