|2017-02-16||The Fifth International Cryptographic Module Conference
The Fifth International Cryptographic Module Conference * May 16-19, 2017 * Westin Arlington Gateway, Washington, DC * http://icmconference.org * An Expert Community of Users Focused on Commercial Cryptography
|2016-04-12||INCITS Recognizes atsec’s Fiona Pattinson with Technical Excellence Award
atsec information security corporation’s Vice President of Business Development, Fiona Pattinson, has been recognized today by the International Committee for International Technology Standards (INCITS) for outstanding technical contribution to the development of Cyber Security Standards in their CS1 Committee.
|2016-04-01||The Vatican signs the ISO/IEC 15408 International Recognition Arrangement (I^2RA)
Recognizing the need for secure IT products in all regions of the world, and in support of an internationally agreed Arrangement allowing for the mutual recognition of independently evaluated and validated information technology (IT) products, the Vatican has decided to sign the ISO/IEC 15408 International Recognition Arrangement (I^2RA) and has started to validate the security evaluations of IT products.
|2015-11-30||Don't Miss the Deadline: Submit Your Proposal for The 4th International Cryptographic Module Conference
In 2016 ICMC grows into an expanded international venue, with a new late spring timeframe that avoids conflict with other major industry events. You're invited to share your expertise at the fourth annual International Cryptographic Module Conference, a growing forum for global expertise in commercial cryptography.
|2015-09-08||The 2015 International Cryptographic Module Conference (ICMC 2015)
The International Cryptographic Module Conference (ICMC) is a growing forum for global expertise in commercial cryptography. At the third annual edition of the conference this fall, industry leaders from over 20 countries will convene to address the unique challenges faced by those who produce, use, and test cryptographic modules that conform with standards such as FIPS 140-2 and ISO/IEC 19790.
|2015-04-01||Self-Driving Cars Use NIST Approved Random Number Generator to Encrypt Routing
The Association of Self-Driving Car Manufacturers (ASDCM) revealed plans today to use NIST-approved random number generator technology to randomize the routes of their self-guided vehicles. The need for privacy has grown amidst revelations of wide-spread government surveillance and private companies’ ever-increasing appetite for personal data. As a result, technology companies have scrambled to meet user demand.
|2015-02-19||The Third International Cryptographic Module Conference Call for Papers: Deadline March 23, 2015
You're invited to share your expertise at the third annual International Cryptographic Module Conference. ICMC is a growing forum for global expertise in commercial cryptography. Industry leaders will convene November 4-6 in Washington, D.C. to address the unique challenges faced by those who produce, use, and test cryptographic modules that conform with standards such as FIPS 140-2 and ISO/IEC 19790.
|2015-02-10||INSIDE SECURE Shortens Time to Certification with World’s First FIPS 140-2-Certified IP Component
INSIDE Secure (Euronext Paris: INSD), a leader in embedded security solutions for mobile and connected devices today announced FIPS 140-2 certification of VaultIP, the world’s first IP security module that speeds the path to silicon security certification and lowers costs for silicon platform providers.
|2015-01-06||27K: The Security Summit for the Americas Call for Papers: Deadline Extended to January 30
You are invited to propose a conference presentation for 27K: The Security Summit for the Americas. The 27K Summit will bring experts in the ISO 27001 standard together with those who are on the front lines of international IT security to promote the standard in the US and the Western Hemisphere.