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Reports on encryption research and development in key sectors

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Encryption Technology and Information Security (Technical Insights), Executive Summary Basic Concepts of Encryption and Information SecurityThe Need for EncryptionKey Factors Affecting the Encryption MarketplaceSecurity of Medical RecordsEncryption and Information Security Products The CompetitorsProducts OfferedWireless and Media Encryption Wireless LANs Face Security Threats Security of Satellite SystemsEncryption Everywhere Voice Encryption Authentication and Verification Systems Public Key and Private KeyAuthentication Encryption Key ManagementEncryption Technology and Information Security (Technical Insights), The Current Milieu of Information Security Technology Information and National SecurityWill We Remain Free To Use Encryption?Encryption Restrictions Are Spreading InternationallyExpanding Data Security and Encryption MarketsEncryption Technology Market is Struggling; but Ready to BloomMicrosoft Is Getting Serious about SecurityWireless and Satellite SystemsSecurity for Wireless CommunicationsCommunication Satellites at RiskMilitary Communications – L-3; the Right Place at the Right TimeLooking into the FutureGreater Complexity; Less SecurityTapping DNA Power for Computers Keeping Information Secure with Noisy Light Institutional Actions that Can Spawn Greater Information SecurityEncryption Technology and Information Security (Technical Insights), Basic Concepts and Classifications of EncryptionAn Encryption PrimerBasicsDigital SignaturesPublic Key and Private KeySimple CiphersEncryption TechnologyPublic-Key Cryptography IntroductionThe Public-Key ProcessAdvantages and DisadvantagesPrivate-Key EncryptionThe Data Encryption StandardThe Advanced Encryption Standard: RijndaelSome Other Private Key AlgorithmsPublic-Key Encryption IntroductionCryptographic AuthenticationSome Public-Key SystemsDigital SignaturesCertificates Key ManagementKey CreationKey DistributionKey CertificationKey RevocationEncryption Technology and Information Security (Technical Insights), Virtual Private Networks (VPN)Introduction to Virtual Private Networks What Is a Virtual Private Network? Electronic Data Interchange: VANs or VPNsClassifications of VPNs Secure File TransferCustomer-Centered Services Push Secure File TransferAn Alternative or Auxiliary to VPNComplexity in VPN ManagementEncryption Technology and Information Security (Technical Insights), Encryption and Security for Health RecordsHIPAA and Computer SecurityIntroduction to HIPAAWill HIPAA Have TeethHIPAA Overview of Telecom Market IntroductionRequirementsPenaltiesTransmission SecurityApplying Network Intrusion Detection under HIPAAThe Nature of Security Control SystemsThe Role of Intrusion DetectionAccess ControlEncryption Technology and Information Security (Technical Insights), Encryption for Wireless CommunicationsEncryption of Wireless InformationExtensible Markup Language (XML)Wireless Technology Supplements Digital Certificate SecurityXML and cryptography?World Wide Web Consortium (WC3) Issues XML Encryption and Decryption TransformMobile Wireless Computer Security PDA Security ProtocolsThe Wireless LAN MarketBuilding Security for WirelessProtecting Your WLAN VPNs for Wireless NetworksNew WLAN PlatformsEncryption Aids Innovations in Internet ServicesIntroductionDriving Change in Wireless Device EncryptionRecent Developments Speeding Up Encryption Processing Encryption Technology and Information Security (Technical Insights), Encryption of Media Voice Encryption MethodsSome Definitions – From a Technical Communications Corporation (TTC) Technical DiscussionThe Need for EncryptionVoice Scrambling and EncryptionThe Digital Voice EncryptorAnalog Voice Encryptor Voice Circuit Channel Types Video and Graphics Encryption Reflected Light from Monitors and Flashing LEDs on Computers Can Compromise InformationEncrypted Pictures Enhance ID/Passport SecurityEncryption Technology and Information Security (Technical Insights), Encryption Technology Market SummaryU.S. Encryption Applications Market SummaryIntroductionPublic Key Infrastructure MarketVirtual Private Network MarketEmail Encryption Application MarketEncryption Application Market Competitive ClimateChallenges Facing the Encryption Applications MarketLimited Proof of Financial Benefits from Deployment of Security ApplicationsLimited Awareness About Security and the Need for EncryptionLack of Standards That Enable Multi-Vendor InteroperabilityLack of Network Reliability/Service Level AgreementsPKI-Based Solutions Restrict Ubiquity of AccessNeed for Integrated Network SecurityThe Virtual Private Network (VPN) MarketplaceVPN Market DriversVPN Market RestraintsIPSec StandardVPN Management Outsourced to ISPsEmail Encryption ApplicationsIntroductionE-mail Encryption Applications Market DriversEmail Encryption Applications Market RestraintsGovernment and Military Encryption MarketsForecasts and Current EquipmentStrategic Analysis Market and Technology TrendsEvolving Government and Military Encryption Market RestraintsEncryption Technology and Information Security (Technical Insights), Company ProfilesCompany ProfilesCompany Profiles (A-F)Company Profiles (G-R)Company Profiles (S-Z)Encryption Technology and Information Security (Technical Insights), US Patents on Encryption and Information SecurityUS PatentsUS Patents on Encryption and Information SecurityEncryption Technology and Information Security (Technical Insights), Abstracts of Recent Research ReportsResearch AbstractsAbstracts of Recent Research PapersEncryption Technology and Information Security (Technical Insights), Technical Insights 2003 Science and Technology AwardsTechnology LeadershipAward Description Award RecipientTechnology InnovationAward DescriptionAward Recipient




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