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At the RSA Conference 2013, executives from Cryptography Research (CRI) will lead two sessions that address side-channel attacks. The first session includes a live demonstration on how keys can be extracted from Suite B Crypto algorithms, while the second covers how developers can efficiently test for side-channel leakage. CRI will also participate in a day-long seminar teaching important, essential security and technology concepts.
Also at the conference, Paul Kocher, president and chief scientist at CRI, will participate as a judge of the Innovation Sandbox, a half-day program dedicated to exploring and evaluating new and promising information security technologies.
In its booth (#2225) at the show, CRI will be demonstrating and discussing its differential power analysis (DPA) countermeasures and its hardware-based CryptoFirewall™ core. For additional details, visit:
www.cryptography.comCryptography Research Presentations:Monday, February 25, 2013Title: Security Basics Seminar
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.Benjamin Jun, vice president & chief technology officer at CRI and executives at BioCatch, Bloomberg LP, Cheswick.com, iSEC Partners, Omgeo and RSA
In this day-long course, Benjamin Jun will join other security thought-leaders to discuss some of the most important security principles and technologies to participants. The course is designed to lay a foundation of essential concepts that will enhance participants’ understanding of the advanced security issues that will be discussed throughout the RSA Conference. In particular, Jun will lead a 45-minute discussion on “Crypto101/Encryption Basics, SSL & Certificates” starting at 1:15 p.m.