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Applications of Abstract Algebraic Structures in Semantically Secure Encryption Extending to Network Security

Abstract

I present research on various encryption schemes and their applications in securing data. To do this, I discuss their vulnerabilities, implementations (both logically and mathematically), and briefly mention their durability against cryptanalysis attacks. I will discuss their mathematical properties, and theories that are assumed to hold within a security parameter. Namely the RSA (Rivest, Shamir, and Adelman) Encryption Algorithm and AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) Algorithm in CBC mode (Cipher Block Chaining) against chosen-plaintext attacks. Finally, I will explain why all cryptography will eventually converge to a field of quantum mechanics.

Research Category

Computer Science/Mathematics

Primary Author's Major

Computer Science

Mentor #1 Information

Dr. Guercio

Presentation Format

Oral

Start Date

11-3-2015 1:00 PM

End Date

11-3-2015 5:00 PM

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Research Area

Information Security | Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing | OS and Networks | Probability | Theory and Algorithms

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Applications of Abstract Algebraic Structures in Semantically Secure Encryption Extending to Network Security

I present research on various encryption schemes and their applications in securing data. To do this, I discuss their vulnerabilities, implementations (both logically and mathematically), and briefly mention their durability against cryptanalysis attacks. I will discuss their mathematical properties, and theories that are assumed to hold within a security parameter. Namely the RSA (Rivest, Shamir, and Adelman) Encryption Algorithm and AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) Algorithm in CBC mode (Cipher Block Chaining) against chosen-plaintext attacks. Finally, I will explain why all cryptography will eventually converge to a field of quantum mechanics.