University of Calgary

CPSC 669 - Cryptography - Winter 2017

An overview of the basic techniques in modern cryptography, with emphasis on fit-for-application primitives and protocols. Topics will include symmetric and public-key cryptosystems; digital signatures; elliptic curve cryptography; key management; attack models and well-defined notions of security.
This course may not be repeated for credit.


  • H(3-0)


  • Students should not have taken any previous course in cryptography. Also known as: (Pure Mathematics 669)


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