In this paper Clifford Cocks shows how it is possible for two parties to co-operate in generating the parameters for an RSA encryption system in such a way that neither individually has the ability to decrypt enciphered data.
In this paper Clifford Cocks shows how it is possible for any number of parties to co-operate in generating the parameters for an RSA encryption system in such a way that all must co-operate in order to decrypt enciphered data.
Surviving veterans of Bletchley Park and its outstations can claim a commemorative badge which will be presented to them by GCHQ on behalf of Her Majesty’s Government, in recognition of the contribution they made during World War II.
Trustworthy Software Initiative Press Release outlining the development of new specifications developed by BSI, which will help cyber security organisations identify and apply software engineering good practice.
This document provides guidance for the permissible uses for GCHQ and CESG registered trade and certification marks. It is intended for use by professionals and organisations who have been licensed to use the marks under the legal terms of GCHQ and CESG led external schemes. The marks must not be used by anyone who has not agreed and is abiding by the terms and conditions of the relevant scheme.
Uncorrected transcript of evidence given by Sir Iain Lobban, Director GCHQ, Mr Andrew Parker, Director General, MI5 and Sir John Sawers Chief, Secret Intelligence Service in open session to the Intelligence Services Committee on 7 November 2013
Article in which Sir Iain Lobban, Director GCHQ, describes the nature and scale of the threat to businesses from cyberspace, why cyber security should be at the top of boards' agendas and the role GCHQ is playing in helping counter the threats.