Hochschule Darmstadt - Fb Informatik

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Modulbeschreibung
Module:Security Protocols and Infrastructures
Module numbers:84.2022 [PVL 84.2023]
Language:english
Study programme:Bachelor dual KITS 2021 - Wahlpflichtkatalog ITS
Bachelor dual KITS 2014 - Katalog ITS: IT-Sicherheit
Type of course:V+Ü+P = Lecture+Exercise+Practical
Weekly hours:2+1+1
Credit Points:5
Exam:written exam (with tasks from the bachelor KITS task catalog)
Registering for examexplicitly and independent of booking
PVL (e.g. Practical):not graded (Presenting solutions to given practical tasks)
Frequency of offering:each winter semester (not yet offered)
Required knowledge:IT Security; structured and analytical thinking. Further recommended: basic concepts and ways of thinking in the field of cryptography
Learning objectives:After this course the students
  • have knowledge of the basic security goals in cryptography and its relevance to practical use cases.
  • understand in which way well-known security protocols achieve the security goals.
  • have a deep understanding of design principles of security protocols and security infrastructures.
  • understand the key topics of the wide-spread security infrastructure standards and apply them to practical tasks.
  • can evaluate the security properties of security protocols and infrastructures.
  • are able to choose suitable protocols for a given use case.
  • are able to analyze if a security protocol does have the zero-knowledge property.
Content:
  • Security goals
  • Cryptographic and mathematical foundations
  • Information Exchange Standards (e.g. ASN.1)
  • Certificates and related standards (e.g. X.509)
  • Security protocols for electronic ID cards (e.g. PACE)
  • Network security protocols (e.g. TLS)
  • Certificate-based security infrastructures (PKI)
  • Zero knowledge protocols
  • Advanced security protocols
Literature:
  • Bruce Schneier: Applied Cryptography: Protocols, Algorithms, John Wiley & Sons
  • ITU-T Study Group 17: Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.1) Recommendations
  • RFCs on X.509 & TLS
  • ICAO: Document 9303: Machine Readable Travel Documents
  • BSI: TR-03110 Technical Guideline Advanced Security Mechanisms for Machine Readable Travel Documents and eIDAS Token
Lecture style / Teaching aids:Lecture + exercise + practical course / further reading
Responsibility:Alex Wiesmaier
Released:SS 2022

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