Validating identity connection
The past 150 years of archaeological work at Ephesus, near what today is Selçuk, Turkey, have yielded much information about first-century backgrounds.
Although archaeologists estimate that they have unearthed less than twenty percent of the city’s treasures, discoveries have included a theater, odeum, library, colonnaded streets, terrace houses, and bathhouses, along with sculptures, coins, and inscriptions.
NIST announces the public comment release of SP 800-56A Rev. Revision 3 approves the use of specific safe-prime groups of domain parameters for finite field DH and MQV schemes and requires the use of specific commonly used elliptic curves.
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This publication explains how to use the NCP to find and retrieve checklists, and it also describes the policies, procedures, and general requirements for participation in the NCP.
Email comments to: [email protected](Subject: "Comments on SP 800-70")Comments due by: August 30, 2017.
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