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Poster: Cryptography Across Standardization Bodies

October 28, 2021


Luís T. A. N. Brandão


The set of cryptography standards approved by NIST plays a fundamental role in sustaining information security. These standards serve as a reference for building blocks that enable essential security properties, such as authenticity and confidentiality, for myriad systems that underpin real-world applications. This poster gives notes about the NIST engagement with various external standardization bodies and initiatives --- ISO/IEC, IETF, IEEE, TCG, ASC-X9F, ZKProof and HomomorphicEncryption --- toward achieving high-quality interoperable crypto standards. Poster jointly prepared by Luís Brandão and Lily Chen.

Presented at

NIST-ITL Science Day 2021 (October 28) --- Presentation by video-conference

Poster produced in collaboration with Lily Chen

Related Topics

Security and Privacy: cryptography

Created November 05, 2021