ISMS Cryptographic Policy
Cryptography is a method of exchanging private data. Its sole purpose is to identify the user and transmit the necessary information. Cryptographic controls, Policy on the Use of Cryptographic Controls, and Key Management
Cryptography is a means of storing and sending data in a way that only the intended parties can read and process it. Cryptographic restrictions can be used to achieve information security's confidentiality goals. Information that is sensitive or secret can be securely stored or sent via encryption.
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- Encryption is used to protect data sent over mobile or portable media devices.
- Create strategies for keeping encryption keys safe.
- Roles and responsibilities include policy implementation, key management, and quality generation, as well as adherence to encryption regulations.