Public-Key Cryptography: State of the Art and Future Directions: E.I.S.S. Workshop, Oberwolfach, Germany, July 3-6, 1991. Final Report by Thomas BethPublic-Key Cryptography: State of the Art and Future Directions: E.I.S.S. Workshop, Oberwolfach, Germany, July 3-6, 1991. Final Report by Thomas Beth

Public-Key Cryptography: State of the Art and Future Directions: E.I.S.S. Workshop, Oberwolfach…

EditorThomas Beth

Paperback | February 26, 1992

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This report on the state of the art and future directions ofpublic-key cryptography is published in accordance with theterms of reference of the European Institute for SystemSecurity (EISS). The EISS was founded in 1988 by cabinetresolution of the state government of Baden-W}rttemberg andits basic task is scientific research and knowledge transferin the field of security in telecommunications and computerand information systems.This report gives the results of an EISS workshop onpublic-keycryptography and contains seven chapters: anintroduction, the scope of the workshop, the topics chosen,classification and description of the most prominentpublic-key systems, the dependence of public-keycryptography on computational number theory, mistakes andproblems with public-key systems, and a projection of needsand requirements for public-key systems.It is addressed to all members of the computer sciencecommunity: systems developers, researchers, decision makers,standardization committees, patent offices, and users andcustomers of secure computer systems.
Title:Public-Key Cryptography: State of the Art and Future Directions: E.I.S.S. Workshop, Oberwolfach…Format:PaperbackDimensions:116 pages, 10.98 × 8.5 × 0.07 inPublished:February 26, 1992Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Scope of the workshop.- List of topics chosen through self-assessment.- Short classification and description of the most prominent public-key systems.- Public-key cryptography depending on computational number theory.- Public-key systems: Mistakes and problems.- Projection of needs and requirements for public-key systems.