Introduction to RSA Training
RSA or Rivest-Shamir-Adleman is a public-key cryptosystem that is widely used to secure data. The algorithm was first described by Ron Rivest, Adi Shamir and Leonard Adleman in 1977 and it is known by the acronym made up of the first letters of the surnames of its creators. RSA uses public-key cryptography. So, two different keys are used for encryption and decryption. Ides Trainings provides you with the best RSA training. We work across all vertical levels to provide efficient training services such as online training and corporate training to individuals and top MNCs. Our expert trainers will help you to gain the complete knowledge on this course. We provide on time and cost-effective services to establish long term relationships with esteemed client. Ides Trainings support services has been a pioneer in providing the job support and shared services to the organizations to scale up their operations.
Prerequisites for RSA training
Should have knowledge on Cryptography
Should have knowledge on programming languages like Java, Python
RSA training Course Details
Course Name: RSA Training
Mode of Training: We provide Online, Corporate and Classroom training. We provide Virtual Job Support.
Duration of Course: 30Hrs (Can be customized as per the requirement)
Do you provide study materials: Yes, if you register with Ides Trainings, the RSA training materials will be provided.
Course Fee: After register with Ides Trainings, our coordinator will contact you.
Trainer Experience: 15+ years of experience
Timings: According to one’s feasibility
Batch Type: We provide all types of batches like Regular, Weekends and Fasttrack.
Backup Session: If the student misses the session, we also provide backup session.
RSA Training Course Content:
Overview of RSA training
RSA encryption helps the sender to send messages secretly to the recipient through a public key encryption technology over insecure network. It is an asymmetric encryption algorithm. We can send a short message encrypted with the help of the public key where the receiver can read it. In this course, you will learn why the creation of RSA encryption is a break-through in modern communications.
What is Asymmetric Encryption?
Two different keys are used in Asymmetric Encryption. Private key is used for encrypting the data, and public key is used for decrypting the data.
A public key is used to encrypt the information pre-transit and the private key is used to decrypt the data post transit. This pair of keys must belong to the receiver of the message. The public keys can be shared via messaging, blog posts, key servers. There are no restrictions for it.
How Asymmetric Encryption works?
The sender first encrypts the message using the receiver’s private key after which we receive the ciphertext. The ciphertext is then transmitted to the receiver without any other key. On getting the ciphertext the receiver uses his private key to decrypt the ciphertext and get the plain text back. There is no requirement of any key exchange throughout this process, therefore solving the most glaring flaw faced in symmetric key cryptography. The public key known to everyone cannot be used to decrypt messages. The private key which is known to everyone cannot decrypt messages. It doesn’t need to be shared with anyone. The sender and receiver can exchange personal data using the same set of keys for as often as possible.
What are Digital Signatures?
The objective of digital signatures is to authenticate and verify documents and data. This is necessary to avoid tampering or digital modifications or any kind of forgery during the transmission of official documents with one exception. The work on the public key cryptography architecture typically an asymmetric key system encrypts using a public key and decrypts using a private key. For digital signatures however the reverse is true. The system is encrypted using the private key and it is decrypted using public key because the keys are linked together decoding with the public key verifies that the proper private key was used to sign the document thereby verifying the signature’s provenance.
How Digital Signatures work?
Digital signatures are equivalent to traditional handwritten signatures in many respects but properly implemented digital signatures are far more difficult to forge than the handwritten type. Digital signatures schemes in the sense used here are cryptographically based and must be implemented properly to be effective. They can also provide non-repudiation meaning the signer cannot successfully claim, they did not send a message while also claiming their private key remains secret. Further, some down repudiation schemes offer a timestamp for the digital signature so that even if the private key is exposed the signature is valid. To implement the concept of digital signature in real world practice we have two primary algorithms to follow:
The RSA algorithm
The DSA algorithm
What is RSA?
The RSA algorithm is a public key signature algorithm developed by Ron Rivest Adi Shamir and Leonard Edelman. The paper was first published in 1977 and the algorithm uses logarithmic functions to keep the working complex enough to withstand brute force and streamlined enough to be fast post deployment. RSA can also encrypt and decrypt general information to securely exchange data along with handling digital signature verification.
RSA in Data Encryption
When using RSA for encryption and decryption of general data it reverses the key set usage. Unlike signature verification, it receives the receiver’s public key to encrypt the data and uses the receiver’s private key in decrypting the data. Thus, there is no need to exchange any keys in this scenario. There are two broad components when it comes to RSA cryptography. One of them is key generation. Key generation employs a step of generating the private and the public keys that are going to be used for encrypting and decrypting the data. The second part is the encryption and decryption functions. These are the ciphers and steps that need to be run when scrambling the data or recovering the data from the ciphertext.
How RSA Encryption works?
The asymmetric encryption works by having a private key which is not shared with anyone. The public key we have can be shared with anyone and everyone. So, this public key lets anybody to decrypt messages that you encrypted with your private key. The public key works as a lock. In the case of RSA, the messages that are going to be encrypting is most likely just going to be the key to another encryption algorithm.
Advantages of RSA
No need of sharing secret keys: RSA encryption depends on using the receiver’s public key so that you don’t have to share any secret key to receive the messages from others, this is the most glaring flaw faced by symmetric algorithms which were eventually fixed by asymmetric cryptography structure.
Proof of owner’s authenticity: The key pairs are related to each other a receiver cannot intercept the message since they didn’t have the correct private keys to decrypt the information. If a public key can decrypt the information the sender cannot refuse signing it with his private key without admitting the private key is not in fact private anymore.
Faster encryption than DSA: The encryption process is faster than that of the DSA algorithm. Even if the key generation is slower in RSA many systems across the world tend to reuse the same keys so that they can spend less time in key generation and more time on cipher text management.
Data can’t be modified in transit: Data will be tampered proof in transit since meddling with the data will alter the usage of the keys. The private key won’t be able to decrypt the information hence alerting the receiver of any kind of manipulation, in between the receiver must be aware of any third party who possesses the private key since they can alter the data mid transit the cases of which are rather low.
What is RSA Archer?
RSA Archer is a GRC tool which is governance risk and compliance tool. It is a single platform with multiple solutions on it. The platform provides solutions ranging from IDN security risk to enterprise and operational risk, third-party governance, audit management, public sector which is primarily for US federal agencies, business resiliency and regulatory and corporate compliance solution.
RSA helps to encrypt the messages by using public and private keys for both sender and receiver. The RSA key pairs are integrated with usage keys and general-purpose keys. Usage RSA keys use two key pairs for encryption and signatures. General-purpose keys use single key pair for both encryption and signature. We at Ides Trainings provide RSA training. We have trainers who are experienced in RSA training. With the guidance of our expert trainers learn this course easily from anywhere as we offer online training. We provide Corporate and Classroom trainings. We provide Virtual Job Support as well. The job scope of this course is very high. This course is one of the highly paid jobs in the world. To get the complete training details contact to the information provided.