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Michael Anshel
City College of New York
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Spiridon Bakiras
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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Saptarshi Debroy
Graduate CenterHunter College
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Sven Dietrich
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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Nelly Fazio
City College of New York
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Rosario Gennaro
City College of New York
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Ping Ji
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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Delaram Kahrobaei
New York City College of Technology
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Xiangdong Li
New York City College of Technology
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William Skeith
City College of New York
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Bon K. Sy
Queens College
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Xiaowen Zhang
College of Staten Island
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Peng Zheng
City College of New YorkGraduate Center
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Computer and Network Security

Computer and Network Security has become an increasingly central research area in Computer Science, due to the rising number of threats and vulnerabilities of our large and networked cyber-infrastucture. Our faculty research includes Cryptography and Applied Security. Cryptography is the mathematical science of communication in the presence of adversaries. Topics of research include the mathematical foundations of secure encryption and authentication, schemes for anonymous and deniable communication, secure protocols for network computing and the theory of algebraic cryptography. Applied Security includes topics such as operating system security, penetration testing, and digital forensics, biometrics security and privacy.


Courses

 

C Sc 73010  Cryptography and Computer Security
C Sc 83010  Cryptographic Protocols
C Sc 83020  Algebraic Cryptography
C Sc 83030  Modern Cryptography
C Sc 83040  Internet Security
C Sc 83050  Digital Forensics
C Sc 83060  Penetration Testing
C Sc 83070  Biometric Security and Privacy
C Sc 83200  Seminar in Cryptography  and Network Security (1 credit)
C Sc 83210  Topics in Cryptography and Network Security