Selection of optimal techniques for encryption and descryption of data

Apostolov, Ilija and Hristov, Risto and Gelev, Saso (2014) Selection of optimal techniques for encryption and descryption of data. In: XIX Naucno strucni skup Informacione tehnologije, sadasnjost i buducnost, 14-18 Feb 2014, Zabljak, Crna Gora.

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Abstract

Sadržaj: Enkripcija pretstavlja proces konvertiranja jednostavne tekst poruke u šifrirani tekst koijmoze biti dekodiran u originalnom tekstu. Enkripcija i dekripcija se sprovodi putem algoritma kojeg možemo implementovati u programskom jeziku. Razgledaćemo potrebe za zaštitu podataka, kao i nacine enkripcije i njihove algoritme. Daćemo predlog za enkripciju e-mail poruke. Zatim ćemo pričati o potrebama za enkripciju i pretstavićemo način podsticaja za koriščenje enkripcijskih tehnika. Veliki broj softverskih rešenja uspešno se spravljaju sa zaštitom prilikom prenosa podataka, e-mail enkripcije i enkripcije celih diskova. Abstract: - Encryption is the process of converting simple text message in the encoded text that can be decoded back to the original message. The method of encryption and decryption of data is implemented by an algorithm that can be implemented in a programming language. We will review the needs for data protection and encryption types and their algorithms. We will also make suggestions for encrypting e- mail messages. Then we will talk about the need for encryption and we will demonstrate the way to encourage the use of encryption techniques. Many software solutions are successfully deal with the protection of data transmission, e- mail encryption and decryption of entire hard disks.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: Engineering and Technology > Electrical engineering, electronic engineering, information engineering
Divisions: Faculty of Electrical Engineering
Depositing User: Saso Gelev
Date Deposited: 02 Jul 2014 10:47
Last Modified: 02 Jul 2014 10:47
URI: http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/10346

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