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Definitions

  1. Certicom is a leading provider of information security software and services, specializing in solutions for mobile e-business.
  2. Certicom is a pioneer in researching and developing ECC, a strong and computationally efficient form of public key cryptography.
  3. Certicom is a pioneer in researching and developing ECC, which provides the highest strength-per-bit of any known public-key today.
  4. Certicom is an encryption technology company specializing in security solutions for mobile computing and wireless data markets, including m-commerce.
  5. Certicom is a registered trademark of Certicom Corp.

Snapperfish

  1. Snapperfish has licensed security technology from Certicom for its SnapperMail wireless email client, the first Palm OS mail client to support attachments.

Funk Software

  1. EAP-TTLS is an IETF draft jointly authored by Funk Software and Certicom, and is a working document of the PPP Extensions group.

Founder

  1. Scott Vanstone, Canada, founder of Certicom and elliptic curve cryptography proponent.
  2. Scott Vanstone coauthored an applied cryptography handbook with A. Menezes and is founder of Certicom Corp.

Paper

  1. The paper is from Certicom, which markets Security Builder toolkits to embedded Linux developers.

Classes

  1. A Certicom license is required to use these classes and is available from the Certicom website.

Patents

  1. MQV is covered by patents assigned to Certicom [1].

Trademark

  1. Certicom is a trademark of Certicom Corp.

Licensed

  1. Use of these classes must be registered and licensed from Certicom directly, and are not covered under RIM's registration process.

Challenges

  1. To improve understanding of the exact strength of the elliptic-curve discrete-logarithm problem, Certicom has published a series of challenges.

Software

  1. Certicom protects the value of your content, software and devices with government-approved security.

Software Developers

  1. Certicom - secure, efficient cryptography for device manufacturers and software developers.

Registered Trademarks

  1. Certicom, Security Builder, SSL Plus, Trustpoint, movian, movianVPN, movianCrypt, and movianMail are trademarks or registered trademarks of Certicom Corp.

Statements

  1. Certicom will not update these forward- looking statements to reflect events or circumstances after the date hereof.

Forward-Looking Statements

  1. Certicom will not update these forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances after the date hereof.

Own Web Site

  1. The underlying math is perhaps centuries old, and Certicom itself offers a public tutorial on elliptic curves on its own Web site.

Information

  1. For more information, visit www.certicom.com.
  2. For more information on how these classes augment developer security choices please refer to the Application Note available from the Certicom website.

Nsa

  1. For example, in order to avoid any patent-related problems the NSA has licensed ECC patents from Certicom in a US$25 million deal for NSA Suite B algorithms.
  2. With the toolkit a vendor will also receive a license from Certicom to sell the technology licensed by NSA in the general commercial marketplace.
  3. In order to facilitate adoption of Suite B by industry, NSA has licensed the rights to 26 patents held by Certicom, Inc.

Cryptography

  1. In cryptography, the Standards for Efficient Cryptography Group (SECG) is an international consortium founded by Certicom in 1998.

Elliptic Curve Cryptography

  1. Certicom is planning on developing and selling software toolkits that implement elliptic curve cryptography in the field of use.

Elliptic Curves

  1. B.Schneier had the following to say about elliptic curves [ Sch99c]: "Certicom used the event to tout the benefits of elliptic curve public-key cryptography.
  2. According to the NSA, Certicom holds over 130 patents relating to elliptic curves and public key cryptography in general[1].
  3. Vendors wishing to implement elliptic curves outside the scope of the NSA license will need to work with Certicom if they wish to be licensed.

Ecc

  1. Certicom announced Security Builder API for Open Source to help OpenSSL developers easily add elliptic curve cryptography (ECC) to their applications.

Certicom

  1. About Certicom Certicom is a leading provider of information security software and services, specializing in solutions for mobile e-business.
  2. About Certicom Certicom protects the value of your content, software and devices with government-approved security.
  3. About Certicom Certicom protects the value of your content, applications and devices with government-approved security.

Categories

  1. Ecc
  2. Topological Spaces > Manifolds > Curves > Elliptic Curves
  3. Nsa
  4. Leading Provider
  5. Own Web Site
  6. Books about "Certicom" in Amazon.com

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