Introduction to Applied Cryptography 专项课程
Introduction to Applied Cryptography. Cryptographic methods underpinning cybersecurity.
Each course includes a corresponding learner's project. The projects are designed to help learners objectively evaluate different cryptographic methods as they may be applied to cybersecurity. The project assignments are graded assessments. Learners must earn 100% on the projects to successfully complete this specialization.
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It is a good course. I got few information about hash attack which I didn't know before. Only thing which I wish to have more is a little more hands on and also detailed example about Vigenere cipher
Would have absorbed the course material more concretely if the instructor had slowed down on the pace at which concepts were being disseminated.
Very difficult course if you have no previous experience with cryptoanalysis and recent stats, but good because it makes you think!
Excellent lectures. Mostly very easy to follow, but some mathematical points were ran through a bit too quickly and thinly.
The lectures were educational, and interesting without speaking down to you. I learned a lot without being overwhelmed
Some annoying errors in quizes, and I wish there was something more about elliptic curves, but otherwise good course.
Thank you for taking the time to upload your videos. I hope you create a capstone course.
Good course, but would like some more exercises to implement the mathematics learnt.
此课程是 100% 在线学习吗？是否需要现场参加课程？
This specialization includes approximately 90 hours of course material, of which about 20 hours is related to project work.
What background knowledge is necessary?
While there are no specific prerequisites for this specialization, it does assume some proficiency in logic and mathematics. Similarly, while this is mostly a non-technical course, it does require analytical and problem-solving skills on the part of the learner.
Do I need to take the courses in a specific order?
Learners are not required to take courses in any particular order, though we recommend the learner complete the courses in ascending numerical sequence.
Provided the learner meets minimum satisfactory grade requirements (i.e., 70% on course work & 100% on project work), they may apply for course credit through the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Additional costs and requirements may be entailed.
What will I be able to do upon completing the Specialization?
This course will provide insight and direction on developing and implementing a coherent cybersecurity program within an organization. The primary benefit of such a program is that will accommodate strategic planning, giving an organization a sense of where it is, where it's going, and how it can get there. It offers a means of managing your destiny.