This course addresses both security and privacy in networks, under practical and theoretical dimensions. After positioning security vs privacy, some fundamental mechanisms are presented for securing networks (IPsec, SSL, VPN, PKI, filtering), and for preserving privacy in networks and digital identity management (TOR, blind and group signature). Useful basis as well as research aspects (RFID, blockchain) are given through labs, exercises and lectures.
At the end of the lectures, students are supposed to know:
• The fundamentals of security and privacy in networking area, and digital identity management
• security and privacy challenges in few hot research topics (RFID, blockchain)
• how to practically configure an IPsec VPN, and a traffic filter
• Useful basis as well as research aspects (RFID, blockchain) are given through labs, exercises and lectures. Optional labs are also proposed for students to practice on their own in the security and privacy domains.
Lecturers: Maryline Laurent (TSP), Olivier Paul (TSP), Joaquin Garcia-Alfaro (TSP)
Format des notesNumérique sur 20Littérale/grade européen
Pour les étudiants du diplôme Computer Science for NetworksLe rattrapage est autorisé (Max entre les deux notes)
- le rattrapage est obligatoire si :
- Note initiale < 10
- le rattrapage peut être demandé par l'étudiant si :
- Note initiale < 10
- Crédits ECTS acquis : 5 ECTS
La note obtenue rentre dans le calcul de votre GPA.
La note obtenue est classante.
L'UE est évaluée par les étudiants.
• Introduction to security and privacy (course)
• Privacy and security models, digital identity, and anonymity of the IP traffic (course)
• Introduction to cryptography (course, exercises)
• Security protocols and VPN (course, lab, exercises)
• Traffic filtering (course, lab)
• Security, privacy and lightweight cryptography on RFID (course)
• Security protocol verification (course, exercises)
• Public Key Infrastructure (course, exercises)
• Security in cloud computing (course)
The evaluation includes a two-hours written exam and a lab.
The final grade is computed based on the following ratio: ¾ (exam) and ¼ (lab).
No extra exam is scheduled.