Cryptography is a set of techniques that can provide:

  • Confidentiality: Typically achieved through the use of encryption.
  • Authentication: The ability to determine the identity of a user, or the source of a communication. It is not possible to trust information unless you know from where it originated.
  • Data integrity: Protection against the unauthorised modification of data.
  • Non-repudiation: Preventing a party from later denying a previous commitment or action. This is analogous to physically signing a document.

Kryptosec supplies training on cryptography and key management. The courses are available in lengths of one, two or three days, depending on the depth required. The courses introduce the different cryptographic primitives, the services they provide, how they are to be used, how they can be combined to achieve different security objectives, and the necessary key management requirements and solutions that support the use of such techniques.

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Note that courses can be tailored to meet individual requirements.