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CRYPTREC CRYPTOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUE
SUBMISSIONS BRIEFING: REPORT

Oct. 19, 2001
Information-technology Promotion Agency, Japan
Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan

The CRYPTREC Cryptographic Submissions Briefing was held on Oct. 9 (Tue.) and 10 (Wed.) under the joint sponsorship of the Information-technology Promotion Agency (IPA) and the Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan (TAO).
We extend our warmest thanks to the many people who attended the briefing.
BRIEFING DETAILS
  • DATE AND TIME:

    Oct. 9 (Tue.), 2001 10:30 to 19:00
    Oct. 10 (Wed.), 2001 10:30 to 18:00
  • PLACE:

    Yamaha Hall (7-9-14 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, JAPAN. Phone: +81(0)3-3572-3139)
  • ATTENDANCE:

    220 Participants

PROGRAM

Oct. 9 (Tue.)

10:00 Program begins

10:30 Welcoming Address Kiyasu
Taku Kiyasu
Director, Standardization Division, Information Communications Policy Bureau, Ministry of Public Management, Home Affairs, Posts and Telecommunications
Mr. Kiyasu talked about the importance of CRYPTREC in the establishment of the Japanese e-Government.
10:30 Key-note Speech
" CRYPTREC Project 2001 "
Imai
Hideki Imai
Professor, The University of Tokyo
(Chair, CRYPTREC Evaluation Committee)
Professor Imai presented a comprehensive overview of CRYPTREC activities. (PDF FILE: 250KB)pdficonsmall.gif (153 Byte)(Note)
11:00 Presentation:
" Symmetric-Key Cryptography Technique Evaluation Policy"
Kaneko
Toshinobu Kaneko
Professor, Science University of Tokyo
(Chair, CRYPTREC Symmetric-Key Subcommittee)
Professor Kaneko explained the process involved in this year's evaluation of symmetric-key cryptography techniques.(PDF FILE: 24KB)pdficonsmall.gif (153 Byte )(Note)
11:30 Session 1: Presentation of Symmetric-Key Cryptographic Techniques (64-bit block ciphers)
Moderator:
Makoto Tatebayashi (Member, CRYPTREC Symmetric-Key Subcommittee)
Candidates submitting the following three cryptographic techniques provided technical explanations of their proposals.
  • CIPHERUNICORN-E
  • Hierocrypt-L1
  • MISTY1

12:30 - 14:00 Lunch Break

14:00 Session 2: Presentation of Symmetric-Key Cryptographic Techniques (128-bit block ciphers)
Moderator:
Kazuo Takaragi (Member, CRYPTREC Symmetric-Key Subcommittee)
Candidates submitting the following three cryptographic techniques provided technical explanations of their proposals.
  • Camellia
  • CIPHERUNICORN-A
  • RC6 Block Cipher
  • SC2000

15:40 - 16:00 Break


16:00 Session 3: Presentation of Symmetric-Key Cryptographic Techniques (Stream ciphers)
Moderator:
Masakatsu Morii (Member, CRYPTREC Symmetric-Key Subcommittee)
Candidates submitting the following three cryptographic techniques provided technical explanations of their proposals.
  • C4-1
  • FSAngo
  • MUGI
  • MULTI-S01

17:20 - 17:40 Break

17:40 Session 4: Presentation of Symmetric-Key Cryptographic Techniques (Pseudo-random number generators)
Moderator:
Shinichi Kawamura (Member, CRYPTREC Symmetric-Key Subcommittee)
Candidates submitting the following three cryptographic techniques provided technical explanations of their proposals.
  • Creation of intrinsic numbers with Clutter Box
  • FSRansu
  • High security ultra mini random number generator
  • TAO TIME Cognition Algorithm

19:00 Program concludes


Oct. 10 (Tue.)

10:00 Program begins

10:30 Advisory speech:
" Trends in Cryptographic Techniques "
Tsujii
Shigeo Tsujii
Professor, Chuo University
(Adviser, CRYPTREC Evaluation Committee)
In addition to introducing the latest trends in cryptographic techniques, Prof. Tsujii emphasized the need to promote CRYPTREC activities.
10:50 Presentation:
"The CRYPTREC Policy to Evaluate the Submitted Public Key Systems "
Matsumoto
Tsutomu Matsumoto
Professor, Yokohama National University
(Chair, CRYPTREC Public-Key Subcommittee)
Professor Matsumoto explained the process involved in this year's evaluation of public-key cryptography techniques.(PDF FILE: 16KB)pdficonsmall.gif (153 Byte)(Note)
11:20 Session 1: Presentation of Public-Key Cryptographic Techniques
Moderator:
Atsushi Shimbo (Member, CRYPTREC Public-Key Subcommittee)
Candidates submitting the following three cryptographic techniques provided technical explanations of their proposals.
  • EPOC-2
  • High Performance Modular Squaring Based Public Key Encryption (Revised version) (HIME(R))
  • NTRU public key cryptosystem
  • RSA Public-Key Cryptosystem with Optimal Asymmetric Encryption Padding (RSA-OAEP)

12:40 - 14:00 Lunch Break

14:00 Session 2: Presentation of Public-Key Cryptographic Techniques
Moderator:
Hajime Watanabe (Member, CRYPTREC Public-Key Subcommittee)
Candidates submitting the following three cryptographic techniques provided technical explanations of their proposals.
  • ESIGN
  • RSA Public-Key Cryptosystem with Probabilistic Signature Scheme (RSA-PSS)
  • Complex Open Cipher Key System
  • The Security System for Information Telecommunication using the unconditional secrecy technology
  • Security-up for Kana Kanji System Applied Mathematics Using Magic Squares

15:40 - 16:00 Break

16:00 Session 3: Presentation of Public-Key Cryptographic Techniques
Moderator:
Kazuo Ohta (Member, CRYPTREC Public-Key Subcommittee)
Candidates submitting the following three cryptographic techniques provided technical explanations of their proposals.
  • ECDSA (Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm) in SEC1
  • ECIES (Elliptic Curve Integrated Encryption Scheme) in SEC1
  • ECDH (Elliptic Curve Diffie-Hellman Scheme) in SEC1
  • OK-ECDSA
  • OK-ECDH
  • PSEC-KEM Key agreement

18:00 Program concludes


Note

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