CPE 592 Computer and Multimedia Network Security

The objective of this course is to introduce current techniques in securing IP and multimedia networks. Topics under IP security will include classic cryptography, Diffie-Hellman, RSA, end-to-end authentication, Kerberos, viruses, worms and intrusion detection. Topics from multimedia will include steganography, digital watermarking, covert channels, hacking, jamming, security features in MPEG-4, secure media streaming, wireless multimedia, copy control and other mechanisms for secure storage and transfer of audio, image and video data.



Cross Listed Courses

NIS 592


Graduate Student or At Least Junior


Computer Engineering Program Information and Data Engineering Program

Typically Offered Periods

Fall Semester Spring Semester Summer Session 1