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May 2018

Register now for Mindshare 2018

Mindshare, cryptovision’s unique eID and IT security conference, is going to take place for the eighth time this year. On July 4 and 5, we invite, as always, customers, partners and friends to two eventful days in the Wissenschaftspark in Gelsenkirchen. The agenda of our attractive conference program, including “Meet the experts”, will be available soon. And, of course, our legendary CryptoNite party will be a highlight again. Register now …Read More

cryptovision at the Secure Identification in Riga

The Secure Identification in Riga is the most important eID event in Eastern Europe. This year’s edition (May 30-31) is for cryptovision once again a great opportunity to establish contacts in the Baltic States and Russia. Besides the obligatory booth (#20) we are eagerly awaiting the presentation of cryptovision’s eID expert Adam Ross. Adam will talk about refinancing eID projects, which means that he will address the question how the operator …Read More

Klaus Schmeh publishes two articles in German computer magazine iX

cryptovisions Klaus Schmeh has published an article about the current post-quantum crypto competition in the German computer magazine iX (issue 6/2018). Together with Dr. Claus Diem from the University of Leipzig, Klaus not only reports on the current state of the cryptological beauty contest, but also explains some of the mathematically demanding post-quantum methods in a vivid way. In addition, the iX team asked Klaus Schmeh to write the editorial …Read More

cryptovision to exhibit at it-sa in Mumbai, India

cryptovision will exhibit at the IT security exhibition it-sa in Mumbai, India, on May 24th and 25th. As the most important German IT security event, it-sa has leaped to Asia for the first time this year, not least offering German companies the opportunity to make valuable contacts in the booming markets of countries such as India or China. cryptovision does not miss this opportunity and looks forward to your visit at …Read More

New milestone in crypto history: US standardisation authority NIST starts crypto competition

When US standardization authority NIST starts a competition to find a new crypto algorithm, this is always a milestone in cryptology history. In the 1970s, the DES competition made the start, followed by similar contests for the AES algorithm, the SHA-3 hashing function and post-quantum crypto algorithms. Now, NIST have launched the fifth crypto competition in their history. This time, the best lightweight encryption method will be sought, i.e., an …Read More

cryptovision’s Klaus Schmeh gave radio interview

Once again, Klaus Schmeh, Chief Editor Marketing at cryptovision, was present in the media. In the program Matinee of radio station SWR 2 he answered the questions of moderator Stefanie Junker (switched-in from another studio, therefore not in the picture). As is often the case on such occasions, Klaus reported on the legendary encryption machine Enigma and the famous Voynich manuscript. Modern encryption technology, in which cryptovision is active, was …Read More