12.4 – Cryptography-Network and OS Security

12.4 – Cryptography-Network and OS Security
Network and OS Security is the most important element in information security; it is in charge of protecting all information passed through computers and networks. It refers to all software and hardware characteristics, functions, operational measures, features, responsibilities, access control measures, and organizational and management policies needed to offer a satisfactory level of protection for software and hardware, and information, in a network. Only one particular component anchors many of the security systems in use: Cryptographic methods. In this section, we would focus on Cryptography.  Cryptography is a developing technology, which is essential for network security. Cryptography research is still in…
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