The Basics of Cryptographic Systems
|Location:||Friedman hall 202|
|Meeting Time:||M hr: Mondays 3:00-5:20 / sec 2 fully remote|
|Exam Group:||13: 13-MAY-2022 Exam Time: 02:00:00 PM|
|Offered this year?||Yes|
|When Offered?||Every year|
This course will cover cryptographic concepts such as data privacy, encryption, authentication, digital signatures, differential privacy, privacy-enhancing technologies, secure computation, and electronic money. The emphasis will be on how to use cryptographic systems correctly in a larger context, rather than on the mathematical details of how they work; although we will cover some of those details too, on a high level. This course will be aimed at practicing and aspiring poets, economists, software engineers, law and policy wonks, and business tycoons. No prerequisites.