Signing on the Cyberline

Kinkade, Mark
August 2003
Airman;Aug2003, Vol. 47 Issue 8, p16
Focuses on the introduction of Public Key Infrastructure card of the U.S. Defense Department. Security of computer and personal communications; Use of electronic signatures in all forms of government computer information exchange; Authentication of information senders and receivers.


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