Elements of cryptosystems-cryptography, Computer Network Security

Elements of Cryptosystems

Cryptosystems is characteristically made up of algorithms, data handling techniques, and procedures which are combined in multiple ways to ensure confidentiality and give authentication and authorization for business processes.

 

1.) Cipher Methods

2.) Cryptographic algorithms

3.) Cryptography Tools

4.) Protocols for Secure Communications

5.) Attacks on Cryptosystems

 

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