Safeguarding cryptographic keys

@article{Blakley1979SafeguardingCK,
  title={Safeguarding cryptographic keys},
  author={G. R. Blakley},
  journal={1979 International Workshop on Managing Requirements Knowledge (MARK)},
  year={1979},
  pages={313-318}
}
  • G. Blakley
  • Published 30 December 1899
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • 1979 International Workshop on Managing Requirements Knowledge (MARK)
Certain cryptographic keys, such as a number which makes it possible to compute the secret decoding exponent in an RSA public key cryptosystem,1,5 or the system master key and certain other keys in a DES cryptosystem,3 are so important that they present a dilemma. [] Key Result The answer is that there are at least three types of incidents:
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