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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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Certificates of implementation correctness are awarded by the cryptographic algorithm validation program; these certificates being required as a pre-requisite for cryptographic module validation as well as for Common Criteria evaluations in the US
Within 48 hours after updating the cryptographic keys, Internet users may receive messages about the inability to access some resources.
Cryptographic Audit comes with an improved user interface, which makes it efficient and user-friendly.
Section 3 introduces the thread separation of the cryptographic operations based on the characteristics of cryptographic operation in different working modes.
That is a finding by Salt Lake City, Utah-based cybersecurity firm Venafi, from its a study on the cryptographic security practices of DevOps teams in the financial services industry.
According to the study, many organizations fail to enforce vital cryptographic security measures in their DevOps environments.
Najwa Aaraj, DarkMatter's Senior Vice President - Special Projects will be a featured speaker at the conference, where she will address the specific threat of side channel attacks to cryptographic implementations during a session on the first day of the conference.
Prior to this upgrade, SHA-1 served as the cryptographic hash function of choice for government and industry alike.
The encrypting and decrypting algorithm analytic technology [3] is based on the characteristic of cryptographic algorithm only identifies partial characteristics of the algorithm, but fails to do detailed analysis on the information such as data, cryptographic key, pattern, etc.
By packaging DPA countermeasures into cryptographic IP cores, robust DPA resistance can now be easily integrated into SoCs using hardware cores or software libraries.
With enough technical savvy, simply touching a laptop can suffice to extract the cryptographic keys used to secure data stored on it.
I JUST GOT WORD THERE'S A MANDATORY SOFTWARE UPGRADE TO MY CRYPTOGRAPHIC DEVICE.
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