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The mathematical basis for Cryptomathic and the products we provide

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Abstract: I will start with an overview of the cryptographic techniques we use, give you a little tour of our security lab which demonstrates most of the cryptographic engines we use, and then explain what our products are used for. I will also spend some time explaining how we eventually turned this into a very efficient and profitable company (or how I transformed – at least partly – from research to business), with some of the largest banks in the world as our customers.

Bio: Originally from Denmark, Peter Landrock did his PhD at the University of Chicago and worked for a decade as a mathematician at Aarhus University before founding Cryptomathic, which provides cryptographic solutions for electronic banking. A former president of the International Association for Cryptologic Research, Landrock now resides in Cambridge.

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