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Panel - Lessons Learned

October 3, 2023


John Kelsey - NIST and KU Leuven
Lily Chen - NIST
Joan Daemen - Radboud University
Phillip Rogaway - University of California, Davis
Miles Smid - Retired (NIST)


This panel focused on looking back at previous NIST standardization efforts, and figuring out what lessons could be learned for future standardization efforts, especially regarding new block cipher modes.  The participants had been involved in many previous standardization efforts, both as designers and as people running competitions or selecting algorithms to standardize.

Presented at

The Third NIST Workshop on Block Cipher Modes of Operation


Event Details


    National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE)
    9700 Great Seneca Highway
    Rockville, MD 20850

Related Topics

Security and Privacy: encryption

Created October 05, 2023