Join a Global Community of Experts Focused on Commercial Cryptography

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    The International Cryptographic Module Conference 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. The conference helps to foster a focused, organized community of users. ICMC covers the technical design problems to meet the standard, with a particular emphasis on the challenges posed as technology advances with respect to the current standards.

    ICMC reviews technical topics underlying the implementation of a cryptographic module including physical security, key management, side-channel analysis, cryptographic algorithm implementation testing, standardization (FIPS 140-2, ISO/IEC 19790), validation programs and more.

    Who Should Attend

    The conference is for those interested in developing, specifying and procuring certified commercial off the shelf cryptographic modules; manufacturers of cryptographic modules compliant with FIPS 140-2 or ISO/IEC 19790 around the world; laboratories and government departments responsible for testing cryptographic modules against FIPS 140-2 or ISO/IEC 19790 including the U.S., Canada, Japan, South Korea and Spain; key players and stakeholders in standards development; leading members of the academic community; embedded systems OEMs; and the side channel research community.

  • 2015 Presentation Proposals
    Are Now Being Accepted

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    Deadline Extended: April 1

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    Presented by CMUF

       The Cryptographic Module User Forum (CMUF)
       provides a voice and communications channel be-
       tween the community of unclassified cryptographic
       module (CM) and unclassified cryptographic algo-
       rithm developers, vendors, test labs and other
       interested parties, and the various national, inter-
       national, and multi-lateral organizational committees,
       schemes, and policy makers.

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