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Encryption

  • Write 4–6 pages that describe the encryption-related functions available to the business in the case study that support the security and efficiency of its new network.
    • Describe the different forms of encryption most commonly applied in specific situations, including:
      • Access controls, flow control, cryptography, firewalls, intrusion detection systems, et cetera.
      • Applications of cryptography (National Centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance/Cyber Defense, 2013).
      • Hashing and encryption.
      • Cryptography.
      • For integrity.
      • Certificates.
      • Public key infrastructure.
      • Symmetric cryptography (DES, Twofish).
    • Describe the information flow between databases and servers, and applications
    • Describe the role that encryption plays in securing these information flows.
    • Analyze hashing and encryption properties and applications, including:
      • Classical cryptanalysis (a la Konheim).
      • Hashing and signatures.
      • Collision resistance.
      • Cryptography.
      • Hashing and encryption.
    • Explain how encryption can contribute to mitigating risks due to inference and aggregation.
    • Discuss the history of encryption from DES through AES.
    • Differentiate between symmetric and asymmetric encryption methodologies.
    • Describe commonly used examples of symmetric encryption.
    • Describe commonly used examples of asymmetric encryption.

    Additional Requirements

    • Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
    • APA formatting: Use current APA style and formatting guidelines.
    • Length: 4–6 pages, excluding the references page.
    • Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.
    Reference

    National Centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance/Cyber Defense (IA/CD). (2013). CAE knowledge units. Retrieved from http://www.cisse.info/pdf/2014/2014%20CAE%20Knowle…

Criteria Non-performance Basic Proficient Distinguished
Describe different forms of encryption.
Does not describe different forms of encryption. Describes, incompletely or inaccurately, different forms of encryption. Describes different forms of encryption. Describes different forms of encryption, including the use of supporting examples
Describe the information flow between databases/servers and applications.
Does not describe the information flow between databases/servers and applications. Describes incompletely or inaccurately the information flow between databases/servers and applications. Describes the information flow between databases/servers and applications. Describes the information flow between databases/servers and applications, including the use of supporting examples.
Describe the role that encryption plays in security information flows.
Does not describe the role that encryption plays in security information flows. Describes incompletely or inaccurately the role that encryption plays in security information flows. Describes the role that encryption plays in security information flows. Describes the role that encryption plays in security information flows, including the use of supporting examples.
Analyze hashing and encryption properties and applications.
Does not analyze hashing and encryption properties and applications. Analyzes incompletely or inaccurately hashing and encryption properties and applications. Analyzes hashing and encryption properties and applications. Analyzes hashing and encryption properties and applications, including the use of supporting examples.
Explain how encryption can contribute to mitigating risks due to inference and aggregation.
Does not explain how encryption can contribute to mitigating risks due to inference and aggregation. Explains incompletely or inaccurately how encryption can contribute to mitigating risks due to inference and aggregation. Explains how encryption can contribute to mitigating risks due to inference and aggregation. Explains how encryption can contribute to mitigating risks due to inference and aggregation, including the use of supporting examples.
Discuss the history of encryption from DES through AES.
Does not discuss the history of encryption from DES through AES. Discusses incompletely or inaccurately the history of encryption from DES through AES. Discusses the history of encryption from DES through AES. Discusses the history of encryption from DES through AES, including the use of supporting examples.
Differentiate between symmetric and asymmetric encryption methodologies.
Does not differentiate between symmetric and asymmetric encryption methodologies. Differentiates incompletely or inaccurately between symmetric and asymmetric encryption methodologies. Differentiates between symmetric and asymmetric encryption methodologies. Differentiates between symmetric and asymmetric encryption methodologies, including the use of supporting examples.
Describe commonly used examples of symmetric encryption.
Does not describe commonly used examples of symmetric encryption. Describes, incompletely or inaccurately, commonly used examples of symmetric encryption. Describes commonly used examples of symmetric encryption. Describes commonly used examples of symmetric encryption, including the use of supporting examples.
Describe commonly used examples of asymmetric encryption.
Does not describe commonly used examples of asymmetric encryption. Describes, incompletely or inaccurately, commonly used examples of asymmetric encryption. Describes commonly used examples of asymmetric encryption. Describes commonly used examples of asymmetric encryption, including the use of supporting examples.
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