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October 20, 2000
NIST held a public workshop for the presentation and discussion of block cipher modes of operation. The papers, presentations, and discussions from that workshop are summarized in a workshop report. NIST received a number of...
March 1, 2000 - December 31, 2000
(All files in .pdf format.)   March 2000 Agenda Meeting Minutes June 2000 Meeting Minutes June 2000 Workshop "Approaches to Measuring Security" Agenda  Summary from Day 1 September 2000 Agenda December 2000 Meeting...
February 10, 2000 - February 11, 2000
This workshop focused on the security and interoperability requirements of the Federal government, the key establishment options available, and the planned development of a FIPS that will address those needs.  Federal...

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