Learn about DRM, watermarking, GPG, SSL/TLS, SSH, and S/MIME.
- [Instructor] To implement cryptography,…we utilize many different technologies.…These include crypto modules, crypto processors,…cryptographic service providers,…digital rights management, watermarking, GNU Privacy Guard,…SSL and TLS, Secure Shell, and S/MIME.…A crypto module is used to implement…the cryptographic processes within a piece…of hardware, software, or firmware.…There are four levels of security…for crypto modules as defined…by the Federal Information Processing Standard publication,…or FIPS, 140-2.…
Level one provides the lowest level of security…and doesn't require any specific…physical security protections.…Level two modules require some physical security protections…to ensure that no evidence of tampering has been performed…against the equipment.…This could include pick-resistant locks on the covers…of the devices or tamper-resistant markings and stickers.…With level three and level four,…this requires additional security…that could zeroize the cryptographic key in the module…if the device has been tampered with.…
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- Integrating secure communications and collaboration solutions
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3. Integrating Authentication and Authorization into the Secure Enterprise Architecture
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