MBA, MCA students attend seminar
VIJAYAWADA: Milestones in the development of computer security along with the technical developments that made the progress possible were explained to students by Hyderabad IIIT faculty member Kannan Srinathan at a seminar organised jointly by the Computer Society of India (CSI) and the Post-Graduate Department of Computer Science, Siddartha College of Arts and Science here on Saturday.
MCA, M.Sc (computer sciences) and MBA students of the college attended the seminar. Prof. Srinathan explained the mathematical theories and cryptography that were used in the field of computer security. He explained four important turning points in the development of cryptography and the difference in communicating through a secure system and an ordinary system. The relation between the bandwidth and the security systems that could be put in place was also explained in detail.
Computer science head Sushma Yalamanchili said Prof.Srinathan was winner of the Outstanding Thesis Award of IBM and had published over 30 paper on computer security, Algorithms and distributed computers.
CSI chairman (Vijayawada) J Rajesh Choudary said the society had been organising workshops and national-level seminars for the past 15 years. Director of Siddartha College of Arts and Science Post-Graduate Centre K.Krishnamurthy and faculty member G. Ramakoteswara Rao also spoke.