Having SafeNet's Luna cryptographic
platform certified solves the problem of cryptographic
performance, storage, and scalability.
The AES is capable of using cryptographic
keys of 128 bit, 192 bit, and 256 bit to encrypt and decrypt data in blocks of 128 bits.
In 1994, officials ruled that a cryptography textbook that contained complete computer programs for several strong cryptographic
schemes was freely exportable.
Customers expect nCipher to be at the leading edge of cryptographic
security and our support of PCIe is another example of nCipher meeting those needs.
Currently, any Federal agency procuring IT security products must ensure that they have the required certification--Common Criteria or, for cryptographic
modules, FIPS 140.
28, 2001, that it "proposes the use of FIPS 140 as the basis for the evaluation of cryptographic
products used in a number of UK government applications and encourages the setting up of accredited laboratories in the UK to perform these evaluations.
citizens have a right to expect from cryptographic
technologies and what capabilities the U.
The Open Source Software Institute (OSSI) announced today the FIPS 140-2 re-validation of the OpenSSL FIPS Object Module, a cryptographic
library based on the widely used OpenSSL product.
Accredited private sector laboratories have tested and validated more than 150 cryptographic
modules as conforming to the existing standard.
HSMs are already the standard for securing cryptographic
keys in servers, where nCipher has been the market leader for many years," says Richard Moulds, vice president of marketing at nCipher.
The Diffie-Hellman key agreement mechanism is a well-understood and widely implemented public key technique that facilitates cost-effective cryptographic
key agreement across modern distributed electronic networks such as the Internet.
Traditional SSL accelerators do only one thing: performing the computation-intensive cryptographic
calculations necessary to initiate each SSL session.
Module Validation Program (CMVP) achieved another milestone by validating the first Personal Digital Assistance (PDA) device (Certificate #137).
NASDAQ:SFNT), setting the standard for information security, today announced that the company's K3 card has received Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 201 certification for cryptographic
In April 2001, NIST updated its Cryptographic
Module Validation Module (CMVP) web pages to allow convenient user access to all of the Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-1 validated cryptographic
module security policies.