Steganography, IT 439
About this Course:
Digital steganography is the science of hiding covert information in otherwise innocent carrier files so that the observer is unaware that hidden information exists. This course studies both digital steganography and digital steganalysis (the science of discovering the existence of and extracting the covert information). In addition to understanding the science and the pathologies of specific carriers and hiding algorithms, participants will have hands-on experience with tools to both hide and extract information. Carrier files such as image, audio and video files will be investigated.
Participants should have taken IT 448 System and Network Security or equivalent experience required for enrollment.
Who Should Attend:
Professionals interested in learning about steganography and hands-on experience with tools to both hide and extract information