Information Security - Practitioner's Perspective is the practice of protecting information by mitigating information risks and is a part of information risk management. It involves preventing or at the least reducing the probability of unauthorised/inappropriate access, use, disclosure, disruption, deletion/destruction, corruption, modification, inspection, recording or devaluation of information. It may also involve reducing the adverse impacts of incidents.
Information Security - Practitioner's Perspective is a course in which students are expected to demonstrate their ability to identify computer and network security threats, classify the threats and develop a security model to prevent, detect and recover from attacks. They will also learn to encrypt and decrypt messages using block ciphers, sign and verify messages using well known signature generation and verification algorithms, analyse existing authentication and key agreement protocols, and identify the weaknesses of these protocols.
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Ajit Menon has been with TCS for nearly 20 years and is the Chief Security Officer, responsible for the strategy, design, deployment and governance of controls to safeguard TCS’ business interest. He is also responsible for ensuring the continuity of TCS’ business operations and customer service delivery. Under his leadership, TCS has become one of the first companies to be assessed under the ISO 27001:2013 standard.
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