Advances in cryptology--EUROCRYPT '97: International Conference on the Theory and Application of Cryptographic Techniques, Konstanz, Germany, May 11-15, 1997 : proceedings

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Springer, 1997 - Computers - 507 pages
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 15th Annual EUROCRYPT'97 conference on the Theory and Application of Cryptographic Techniques, held in Konstanz, Germany, in May 1997, under the sponsorship of the International Association for Cryptologic Research.
The 34 revised full papers included were carefully selected from a total of 104 high-quality submissions. The book addresses all current issues of the booming area of research and development in cryptology; it also advances the state of the art in application areas like security and privacy, digital communication, and electronic commerce.

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Contents

Block Ciphers
1
Combinatorial Properties of Basic Encryption Operations
14
Implementation
25
Copyright

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DR WALTER FUMY is Vice President Security Technology at Siemens Communications, where he is responsible for overseeing research and development in the area of I&C security which includes to select and/or develop advanced solutions, to partner with best-in-class technology providers, and to monitor and/or influence appropriate standards bodies and forums. He has published numerous papers and several books, and is a frequent speaker at conferences and events. Since 1997 Fumy is Chairman of ISO committee SC 27 "IT Security Techniques." He is also chairing the German BITKOM's Group on Security Management.

PROF JOERG SAUERBREY is Vice President Product Management for IT security solutions at Siemens Communications. He is responsible for own products, partner products and services for the worldwide IT security solutions business. In 1992 he has been awarded with the annual price of the ITG (German Information Technology Association). Since 2001 he is Honorary Professor for IT security at Technical University Munich, Germany. He has published numerous papers and a book, gives lectures, and is a frequent speaker at conferences and events.

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