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May 2016

cryptovision is Looking forward to Mindshare 2016

cryptovision’s Mindshare has become renown as a “must attend” event for those involved in the eID industry. Like every year, cryptovision’s customers, partners and friends will present thrilling sessions and share their real world experience with the attendants. The presentations will be divided into two parallel tracks – Enterprise and Government. And what gathering would be complete without a proper celebration? Following the conclusion of the first day’s content, everyone …Read More

Interview with cryptovision’s Klaus Schmeh in DER SPIEGEL

cryptovision’s Klaus Schmeh had another important media appearance. DER SPIEGEL, Germany’s leading news magazine, recently published an interview with him (issue 20/2016, p. 112). This interview covers Klaus Schmeh’s research on criminals using encryption, as presented at the RSA Conference 2016 in San Fancisco. Klaus’ RSA talk, which was widely considered a highlight of this event, has already been covered in several other publications (for instance, PC Magazine and TechBeacon). …Read More

The Human Side of Cybercrime

As cyberattacks grow ever more sophisticated, those who defend against them are embracing behavioural science and economics to understand both the perpetrators and their victims. Say what you will about cybercriminals, says Angela Sasse, “their victims rave about the customer service”. Sasse is talking about ransomware: an extortion scheme in which hackers encrypt the data on a user’s computer, then demand money for the digital key to unlock them. Read …Read More

NIST Starts Planning for Post-Quantum Cryptography

Last year, the NSA announced its plans for transitioning to cryptography that is resistant to a quantum computer. Now, it’s NIST’s turn. Its just-released report talks about the importance of algorithm agility and quantum resistance. Sometime soon, it’s going to have a competition for quantum-resistant public-key algorithms. Creating those newer, safer algorithms is the longer-term goal, Moody says. Read article: https://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2016/05/nist_starts_pla.html Related product: s/mail, CAmelot

cryptovision at the Security Document World in London

With 130 exhibitors and an anticipated visitorship of 2,000 industry professionals, the Security Document World (SDW) is the most important identity document event in the world. The exhibition provides a global showcase for next-generation human identity solutions, focusing on intrinsic document security and on the new cutting-edge secure infrastructure now required to produce and use these advanced documents in live situations. cryptovision proudly takes part in this great event. Visit …Read More