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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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Quantum cryptography is used across industries such as government and defense, banking and financial services, IT and telecommunications, and retail, among others.
Protecting our digital assets (applications) and the channels through which they are accessed (APIs) requires a more holistic approach to application protection that combines intelligence, identity, and detection of attacks in addition to strong cryptography.
The math for these two types of cryptography is quite different, which affects their security.
Quantum-resistant public-key cryptography is clearly vital then, in ensuring we're able to continue life as normal in the age of quantum computing, and to live and work as conveniently as we do now.
Hugo Krawczyk is an IBM Fellow and a Distinguished Research Staff Member with the Cryptography Group at the IBM T.J.
Key areas covered "Cryptography" include: Fundamentals of Encryption, Public Key Encryption, Symmetric Key Encryption, Hashing Methods, Key Exchange Methods, Digital Certificates and Authentication, Tunneling, Crypto Cracking, Light-weight Cryptography, Blockchain, and Zero-knowledge Proofs.
This section discusses about the literature survey on some following papers in cryptography and network security.
At the heart of cryptography, is the ability to encode (scramble) and decode (unscramble) messages.
Cryptography is the process used to encrypt plaintext into incoherent ciphertext [3-6].
As a leading digital TV software-based solution, Intertrust's ExpressPlay is providing an important layer of the overall security platform, said Paul Kocher, president and chief scientist of the Rambus Cryptography Research division.
Having discovered side-channel attacks, Cryptography Research scientists have developed a comprehensive portfolio of application-specific hardware core and software library solutions that chipmakers can use to build DPA resistant products.
of Maryland-College Park) introduce a field that used to be pure mathematics and was studied just for fun, but is now being called into service by cryptography and other disciplines.
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