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Together with Levente Buttyán (Crysys Lab) and István Lám (Tresorit) we run a course called Applied Cryptography at Aquincum Institute of Technology. AIT is a faculty of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), offering a study abroad program for North American students.

Our course introduces students to building blocks of cryptography (primitives), provides an overview of PKI and electronic signatures shows crypto protocols for secure communications and how crypto can be used in cloud services. While providing mathematical background, the course focuses on how crypto can be used - covering its technical, business, management and legal aspects. I am holding the lectures about PKI and electronic signatures.

Please find further details and my slides here.



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