Course Description

This intermediate level course, offered by the University of Colorado System, is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of asymmetric cryptography and key management. Through a combination of theoretical concepts and practical applications, students will gain the skills necessary to secure digital communication and protect sensitive information from cyberattacks. The course will cover topics such as cryptography, algorithms, security engineering, mathematics, and applied mathematics. Students will learn about the principles and techniques behind asymmetric cryptography, including public key encryption, digital signatures, and key exchange protocols. They will also explore different types of cyberattacks and how asymmetric cryptography can be used to prevent them. In addition to technical knowledge, this course will also focus on leadership and management skills. Students will learn how to effectively implement and manage asymmetric cryptography systems in real-world scenarios, as well as how to communicate complex concepts to non-technical stakeholders. With a rating of 4.6 stars and over 251 reviews, this course has been highly praised for its comprehensive curriculum and engaging teaching style