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CRYPTREC 2002-2003



Last Updated June 16, 2003



DETAILS

DATE

May 22 (Thu.),2003

TIME

2:30 p.m.-5:45 p.m.

PLACE

JA Hall, (JA Building 9F, 1-8-3 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan)

ORGANIZER

Information-Technology Promotion Agency, Japan Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan

ATTENDANCE

250 participants



PROGRAM

2:30 p.m

Welcoming Address

Masatoshi Ono, Managing Director, Information-Technology Promotion Agency, Japan

Gratitude was expressed to all those who had assisted in the activities of CRYPTREC and those who attended the conference.

Masatoshi Ono, Managing Director, Information-Technology Promotion Agency, Japan

2:35 p.m.

On the e-Government Recommended Ciphers List

Masahiko Fujimoto, Senior Deputy Director, Standardization Division, Information and Communications Policy Bureau, Ministry of Public Management, Home Affairs, Posts and Telecommunications (CRYPTREC Advisory Committee)

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Background information up to the point of publishing the e-government recommended ciphers list and an introduction to the list were given. Moreover, explanations were given concerning the inter-ministerial agreement regarding the usage policies of cryptography and promotion of the use of cryptography in the e-government construction plan.

Masahiko Fujimoto, Senior Deputy Director, Standardization Division, Information and Communications Policy Bureau, Ministry of Public Management, Home Affairs, Posts and Telecommunications (CRYPTREC Advisory Committee)

2:55 p.m.

The CRYPTREC (FY2000-2002) Activity Report

Hideki Imai, Professor, University of Tokyo (Chair, CRYPTREC Advisory Committee/Chair, CRYPTREC Evaluation Committee)

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As a whole, explanations were provided on the cryptographic techniques evaluation activities of the past three years, an overview of the evaluation findings, the significance of the CRYPTREC activities, and coordination with overseas projects. In addition, the necessity of continuing the evaluation of cryptographic techniques as future tasks and CRYPTREC?fs future activities were explained.

Hideki Imai, Professor, University of Tokyo (Chair, CRYPTREC Advisory Committee/Chair, CRYPTREC Evaluation Committee)

3:25 p.m.

Report on FY2002 Evaluation of Public-Key Cryptographic Techniques

Tsutomu Matsumoto, Professor, Graduate School of Environment and Information Sciences Yokohama National University (Chair, Public-Key Cryptography Subcommittee)

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Explanations were provided on the policies, subjects and techniques of detailed evaluation in the Public-Key Cryptography Subcommittee. In addition, explanations were given on the findings of detailed evaluation by classifications of public-key cryptographic techniques, as well as on the idea for the recommended list.

Tsutomu Matsumoto, Professor, Graduate School of Environment and Information Sciences Yokohama National University (Chair, Public-Key Cryptography Subcommittee)

3:55 p.m.

Report on Evaluation of Symmetric-Key Cryptographic Techniques

Toshinobu Kaneko, Professor, Science University of Tokyo (Chair, Symmetric-Key Cryptography Subcommittee)

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Explanations were given on the findings of detailed evaluation by classifications of the symmetric-key cryptographic techniques, as well as on the idea for the recommended list. In addition, an explanation was provided on the evaluation criteria in the Symmetric-Key Cryptography Subcommittee and findings on the evaluation of software implementation were presented.

Toshinobu Kaneko, Professor, Science University of Tokyo (Chair, Symmetric-Key Cryptography Subcommittee)

4:25 p.m.

Break

4:40 p.m.

Usage of the e-Government Recommended Ciphers List

Ryoichi Sasaki, Professor, Tokyo Denki University(Chair, Working Group for Guidebook of Cryptography Procurement)

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Explanations were given on the positioning of the fruits of labor in the activities of the Working Group for Guidebook of Cryptography Procurement, the method of investigation, and details of the record of the outcome. Moreover, explanations were given on the points to keep in mind in implementing multiple cryptographies and cryptography export control.

Ryoichi Sasaki, Professor, Tokyo Denki University(Chair, Working Group for Guidebook of Cryptography Procurement)

5:10 p.m.

On Future CRYPTREC Activities

Yasuhiro Kitaura, Assistant Director, IT Security Policy Office, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry(CRYPTREC Advisory Committee)

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Explanation was provided on CRYPTREC's future activities and its organization. The explanation included the security monitoring of e-government recommended ciphers and its procedures, the revision of the e-government recommended ciphers list, and some issues on cryptographic module evaluation.

Yasuhiro Kitaura, Assistant Director, IT Security Policy Office, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry(CRYPTREC Advisory Committee)

5:40 p.m.

Closing Address

Masahiro Matsuura, Managing Director, Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan

Gratitude was expressed to all those who had assisted in the activities of CRYPTREC and to those who participated in the conference, and request was made for cooperation in future work.

Gratitude was expressed to all those who had assisted in the activities of CRYPTREC and to those who participated in the conference, and request was made for cooperation in future work.

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