Network Security and Cryptography

Paperback: 978 1 942270 83 6 / $54.95
 
Published: March 2018  

Lib E-Book: 978 1 68392 293 3 / $124.95  
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Published: March 2018  

E-Book: 978 1 944534 49 3 / $29.95
 
Published: March 2018  

Publisher: Mercury Learning & Information
576 pp., 7" x 9"
figures & tables throughout
Network Security and Cryptography introduces the basic concepts in computer networks and the latest trends and technologies in cryptography and network security. The book is a definitive guide to the principles and techniques of cryptography and network security, and introduces basic concepts in computer networks such as classical cipher schemes, public key cryptography, authentication schemes, pretty good privacy, and Internet security. It features the latest material on emerging technologies, related to IoT, cloud computing, SCADA, blockchain, smart grid, big data analytics, and more. Primarily intended as a textbook for courses in computer science and electronics & communication, the book also serves as a basic reference and refresher for professionals in these areas.

FEATURES:

• Includes the latest material on emerging technologies, related to IoT, cloud computing, smart grid, big data analytics, blockchain, and more
• Features separate chapters on the mathematics related to network security and cryptography
• Introduces basic concepts in computer networks including classical cipher schemes, public key cryptography, authentication schemes, pretty good privacy, Internet security services, and system security
• Includes end of chapter review questions



Table of Contents:
1.Overview of Computer Networks
2.Mathematical Foundations of Networking.
3.Overview of Cryptography.
4. Mathematical Foundations of Cryptography.
5. Classical Cipher Schemes.
6. Modern Symmetric Ciphers.
7. Public Key Cryptography.
8. Authentication Schemes.
9. Centralized Authentication Schemes.
10. Public Key Infrastructure.
11. Pretty Good Privacy.
12. Internet Security Services.
13. System Security.
14. Security of Emerging Technologies.