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Electronic Commerce Technology

Electronic Commerce Technology

Electronic Commerce Technology. Technology. Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol TCP/IP TCP Data transport IP Routing Addressability. Data transport. Circuit switching Resource dedication Packet switching Resource sharing Split messages into packages Number packages

By niveditha
(559 views)

Chapter 30 - Electronic Commerce and Business

Chapter 30 - Electronic Commerce and Business

Chapter 30 - Electronic Commerce and Business Introduction E-Commerce is Big Business all commercial transactions conducted over the Internet shopping, online banking, invesing, bill paying Security Made E-commerce Possible (shopping cart) Secure Sockets (SSL)

By lotus
(350 views)

Analysis of Security Protocols (III)

Analysis of Security Protocols (III)

Analysis of Security Protocols (III). John C. Mitchell Stanford University. Analyzing Security Protocols. Non-formal approaches (can be useful, but no tools…) Some crypto-based proofs [Bellare, Rogaway] BAN and related logics Axiomatic semantics of protocol steps

By colista
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Chapter 9: Network and Internet Security

Chapter 9: Network and Internet Security

Chapter 9: Network and Internet Security. Learning Objectives. Explain why computer users should be concerned about network and Internet security. List several examples of unauthorized access and unauthorized use.

By loe
(210 views)

Cryptography I

Cryptography I

Cryptography I. Lecture 5 Dimitrios Delivasilis Department of Information and Communication Systems Engineering University of Aegean. Digital Signatures. A cryptographic primitive fundamental in authentication, authorization and non-repudiation It consists of the following elements:

By adie
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FULLY HOMOMORPHIC ENCRYPTION

FULLY HOMOMORPHIC ENCRYPTION

FULLY HOMOMORPHIC ENCRYPTION. from the Integers. Marten van Dijk. Craig Gentry. (RSA labs). (IBM T J Watson). Shai Halevi. Vinod Vaikuntanathan. (IBM T J Watson). (IBM T J Watson). Computing on Encrypted Data. (An Example). “I want to delegate the computation to the cloud,

By shana
(449 views)

Information Security

Information Security

Information Security . Information Security Requirements. Confidentiality: •Protection from disclosure to unauthorised persons Access control: Unauthorised users are kept out Authentication: Assurance of identity of person or originator of data

By edda
(128 views)

Chapter 6

Chapter 6

Chapter 6. IP Security. Henric Johnson Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden http://www.its.bth.se/staff/hjo/ henric.johnson@bth.se Revised by Andrew Yang. Outline. Internetworking and Internet Protocols (Appendix 6A) IP Security Overview IP Security Architecture

By yoshe
(165 views)

Introduction to Stream Cipher

Introduction to Stream Cipher

Introduction to Stream Cipher. Sayed Mahdi Mohammad Hasanzadeh Hasanzadeh@Raymandcrypto.ir Spring 2004. Why we need to Cryptography ?. Data transfer algorithm. Source  “ Plain text” ABCD… Source coding  100101001010111… Encryption Channel coding Data Transfer.

By bree
(225 views)

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction. Why do we study Theory of Computation ?. Outline. Importance of Theory of Computation Languages Languages and Problems. What is Computation ?. Sequence of mathematical operations ? What are, and are not, mathematical operations? Sequence of well-defined operations

By rolando
(75 views)

Does Privacy Require True Randomness?

Does Privacy Require True Randomness?

Does Privacy Require True Randomness?. Yevgeniy Dodis New York University. Joint work with Carl Bosley. Randomness is Important. Even in Everyday Life. Even in Cryptography…. Secret keys must have entropy Many primitives must be randomized (encryption, commitment, ZK)

By andralyn
(138 views)

Client/Server Computing

Client/Server Computing

Client/Server Computing. Model of computing in which very powerful personal computers (clients) are connected in a network with one or more server computers that perform common functions for the clients, such as storing files, software applications, etc. The Client/Server Computing Model.

By aran
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Welcome to Today’s Streaming Media Web Event

Welcome to Today’s Streaming Media Web Event

Welcome to Today’s Streaming Media Web Event. Moderator. Dan Rayburn EVP Streaming Media. Transcoding 101. David Trescot VP, Rhozet Business Unit Harmonic, Inc. Speaker. David Trescot VP, Rhozet Harmonic, Inc. Introductions. Who is Rhozet? Spun out from Canopus in 2004

By johana
(129 views)

C HAPTER 13 Asymmetric Key Cryptography

C HAPTER 13 Asymmetric Key Cryptography

C HAPTER 13 Asymmetric Key Cryptography.

By Antony
(167 views)

Efficient Proactive Security for Sensitive Data Storage

Efficient Proactive Security for Sensitive Data Storage

Efficient Proactive Security for Sensitive Data Storage. Arun Subbiah Douglas M. Blough. School of ECE, Georgia Tech {arun, dblough}@ece.gatech.edu. Autonomic Proactive. Autonomic / self-healing / adaptive Detect storage node failure / compromise, then repair

By Mercy
(262 views)

Public Key Cryptography

Public Key Cryptography

Public Key Cryptography. Introduction. Public Key Cryptography. Unlike symmetric key, there is no need for Alice and Bob to share a common secret Alice can convey her public key to Bob in a public communication:. Encrypting w/ Public Keys. Public key schemes encrypt large blocks of data:

By darnell
(149 views)

CMPE 259

CMPE 259

CMPE 259. Sensor Networks Katia Obraczka Winter 2005 Security. Announcements. Hw3 due today. Project presentations tomorrow from 4-7pm. Project reports due tomorrow by midnight. Security in sensor networks. Security in sensor networks.

By haruko
(161 views)

COEN 350 Network Security

COEN 350 Network Security

COEN 350 Network Security. Introduction. Computer Networks. OSI Reference Model Application Layer Presentation Layer Session Layer Transport Layer Network Layer Data Link Layer Physical Layer. OSI Reference Model. Useful to establish terminology Not implemented

By inari
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Secure Group Communication: Key Management

Secure Group Communication: Key Management

Secure Group Communication: Key Management . by Robert Chirwa. Outline . Introduction: overview of Secure Group Communication Key Management in Secure Group Communication: challenges Existing approaches to key management Motivation for reliability enhancements

By lazaro
(16 views)

Indistinguishability Obfuscation for all Circuits

Indistinguishability Obfuscation for all Circuits

Indistinguishability Obfuscation for all Circuits. Sanjam Garg , Craig Gentry*, Shai Halevi* , Mariana Raykova , Amit Sahai , Brent Waters Faces in Modern Cryptography, Oct-2013 A Celebration in Honor of Goldwasser and Micali’s Turing Award.

By lynne
(399 views)

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