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Cryptographic Key Management Workshop 2010

NIST was in the process of developing a DRAFT Special Publication on the Cryptographic Key Management Design Framework. The draft was scheduled for release for an initial public comment period in June 2010.

The development of the document was discussed at this workshop and included preliminary discussions about a U.S. government profile of the design framework document. The format of the workshop included general sessions on Monday morning and Tuesday afternoon, and two breakout sessions on Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning.

Workshop Program (pdf)

Presentations and Documentation

Webcast (registration was not required)

Webcast sessions were limited to the General sessions only:

September 20 (9:00am - 1:00pm)
September 21 (9:00am - 11:15am)
September 21 (3:00pm - 5:00pm)

The webcast was available at:

Related:  Cryptographic Key Management Project


National Institute of Standards and Technology

Created June 8, 2010, Updated June 26, 2017