Course Description

Join us for a comprehensive exploration of the fascinating world of cryptography and information theory. This course, offered by the University of Colorado System, will provide you with a strong foundation in both theoretical and practical aspects of these fields. Through a combination of lectures, readings, and hands-on exercises, you will develop critical thinking skills as you learn about the principles and techniques used to secure information and communication. You will also gain a deep understanding of cryptography and its applications, including encryption, digital signatures, and key exchange. In addition, this course will cover computer security models, mathematical theory and analysis, probability distribution, and security engineering. By the end of the course, you will have a solid grasp of software and system security, and be able to apply this knowledge to real-world scenarios. With a rating of 4.5 stars and over 434 reviews, this course has been highly praised by students for its engaging content and practical approach. It is designed for intermediate learners and can be completed in 1