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Applied Cryptography

Program:

B.Tech - Special topic

Number of Credits:

2

Course handled by:

S Nagasundari

About the course:

Cryptography is the science of securing data by using mathematical concepts. This course enables a student to learn the fundamental concepts of cryptography and the application of these techniques in computing systems.

Designing of IoT Solutions

Program:

B.Tech

Number of Credits:

2

Course handled by:

Charanraj B R

About the course:

The Internet of Things is transforming our physical world into a complex and dynamic system of connected devices on an unprecedented scale. In this course, student will explore various components of Internet of things such as Sensors, internetworking and cyber space. In the end they will also be able to design and implement IoT circuits and solutions.

Network Applications - A CompTIA Network+ course

Program:

B.Tech

Number of Credits:

4

Course handled by:

Aruna S

About the course:

CompTIA Network+ covers troubleshooting, configuring, and managing networks and helps you develop your IT infrastructure career.

Computer Forensics

Program:

B.Tech

Number of Credits:

2

Course handled by:

Aruna S

About the course:

Computer Forensics as a special topic course
Forensics has received a lot of attention over the past few years and has been employed successfully by many companies. Computer Forensics addresses a number of problems in the enterprise and forensic analysis of digital devices helps uncover the truth. In this course we will learn the forensic procedures, various file systems and how investigation is performed on those file systems. At the end of this course students will have in-depth knowledge of forensics process and wide range of tools used for solving various digital crimes.

Computer Network Security

Program:

B.Tech

Number of Credits:

4

Course handled by:

Dr. Sivaraman E

About the course:

This course will help students to learn how the Internet works, how it can be attacked, and more importantly, how you can defend against these attacks. Students will systematically study each layer of the TCP/IP protocols, discuss the vulnerabilities in its design and implementation, and demonstrate how to exploit the vulnerabilities in attacks. Many classic attacks are covered with great technical details. This course also emphasizes hands-on learning. For each attack covered,students not only learn how the attack works in theory, but they also learn how to conduct the attack, in a contained virtual machine environment. Students will be able to implement Firewall,VPN, sniffer, spoofing, and various network security tools using C or Python. The hands-on exercises are called SEED labs and are being used by over 1000 institutes worldwide.

Computer Networks

Program:

B.Tech

Number of Credits:

4

Course handled by:

Dr. Sivaraman E

About the course:

This course is a foundation course on Computer Networking which focuses on building blocks of the Internet. The key focus is to trace the journey of messages sent over the Internet from an application residing on one host machine (source) to another (Destination) using a top down layered approach. The course contents are organized based on TCP Protocol stack.

Advanced Computer Networks

Program:

B.Tech

Number of Credits:

4

Course handled by:

Dr. Sivaraman E

About the course:

Advanced Computer Networks course will help students design networks that meet a customer’s business and technical goals. This course provides tested processes and tools to help you understand traffic flow, protocol behaviour, and internetworking technologies. Students will be equipped to design enterprise networks that meet a customer’s requirements for functionality, capacity, performance, availability,
scalability, affordability, security, and manageability.

Secure Programming with C

Program:

B.Tech

Number of Credits:

2

Course handled by:

S Nagasundari

About the course:

This course introduces the vulnerabilities prevailing in Software developed by C programming language. The key focus is to analyse the secure coding practises and advocate about the significance of vulnerabilities.It also suggests various mechanisms to develop safe and secure software

Computer Networks

Program:

B.Tech

Number of Credits:

4

Course handled by:

S Nagasundari

About the course:

This course is a foundation course on Computer Networking which focuses on building blocks of the Internet. The key focus is to trace the journey of messages sent over the Internet from an application residing on one host machine (source) to another (Destination) using a top down layered approach. The course contents are organized based on TCP Protocol stack.

Cloud Computing

Program:

B.Tech

Number of Credits:

4

Course handled by:

S Nagasundari

About the course:

The cloud computing course introduces various technologies used in building a cloud native application. It also highlights the new trends in storing data and accessing files and networks.

Cloud Computing

Program:

B.Tech

Number of Credits:

4

Course handled by:

Suganthi.S

About the course:

The cloud computing course introduces various technologies used in building a cloud native application. It also highlights the new trends in storing data and accessing files and networks.

Network Applications - A CompTIA Network+ course

Program:

B.Tech

Number of Credits:

4

Course handled by:

Suganthi.S

About the course:

CompTIA Network+ covers troubleshooting, configuring, and managing networks and helps you develop your IT infrastructure career.

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