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Cryptographic SecurityCryptographic SecurityThe key to securing all communications application of cryptography with due diligence.Cryptography is the science of keeping oral and written and other forms of communications secret as well as providing a means of authentication of the communicating parties. This chapter is devoted to principles and topics in cryptography that are germane to understanding wireless security applications. Our treatment is to foster management level understanding of cryptographic principles without undue mathematical reverence. First, we introduce the concepts of substitution, transposition, randomness, entropy, and speech univer…
Randall K. Nichols; Panos C. Lekkas: Wireless Security: Models, Threats, and Solutions. Cryptographic Security, Chapter
(McGraw-Hill Professional, 2002), AccessEngineering