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cryptography

(krip-tog′ră-fē) [ crypt- + -graphy]
The science and techniques of concealing or disguising information through encoding and decoding. In the health professions cryptography is used to ensure the confidentiality of medical records.
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Cryptographically strong algorithms, however, share an Achilles' heel with the other pseudorandom number generators.
Additionally, rkt utilizes the TPM to create a cryptographically verifiable, hardware-protected audit log of the containers executed across a cluster.
Data Port is committed to providing carriers future corresponding central functions and services for the preservation of evidentiary value of cryptographically signed documents.
At about one-fifth of the cost of similar appliances, the XD Bridge exclusively combines a Trusted Hardware Component, a matching Trusted Operating System (TOS), and multiple Trusted Software Components (TSC) cryptographically bound to the hardware and TOS.
Whether it is identity, data at rest, data in motion, in the cloud, or on a consumer device, CSS has the ability to provide cryptographically proven digital certificates that substantially enhance the security posture of an enterprise or on devices that comprise the Internet of Things .
The NXP Solution is made available with trust provisioning keys cryptographically signed by NXP and accepted by any FIDO U2F authentication servers.
FIPS 140-2 enables Federal Department of Defense (DoD) and civilian agencies to deploy cryptographically secure hand-held scanner solutions.
The Taggant System, which may be used by the makers of commercial packing and obfuscation programs and antivirus vendors, places a cryptographically secure marker in the packed and obfuscated files created by commercial software distribution packaging programs (packers).
To cryptographically lockdown stored information using a system that needs two keys to unlock would be a way of ensuring this.
Each CertifiedEmail is sent with a cryptographically secure token that assures authenticity and is marked in the inbox with a unique blue ribbon envelope icon, enabling consumers to visually distinguish email messages which are real and sent from email senders with whom they have a pre-existing relationship.
The Taggant System places a cryptographically secure marker in packed and obfuscated files generated by commercial software distribution packer programs.
Similar in appearance to a smart card or CAC (common access card), a SIPRNet token is cryptographically bound to the user's identity and contains individual PKI (public key infrastructure) certificates used for network logon, Web site authentication and secure e-mail.
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