TC 26 approved guidelines for the CRISP| 27.06.2019
CRISP – Russian cryptographic Protocol, which provides for ensuring the integrity and authenticity of transmitted information without confidentiality. For most
ASU no need to hide information because of its rapid obsolescence, for industrial protocols is more important to protect information from unauthorized changes. If necessary
the privacy Protocol provides optional encryption mode.
One of the features of CRISP is a small amount of data and lack of need to establish a session. This feature allows to use the Protocol to protect information when
transmission via communication channels with narrow bandwidth. When using CRISP in industrial real-time protocols and the protocols of the Internet of things delay the processing of the minimum due
apply a symmetric mechanisms and predefined kryptonian.
The guidelines currently defines two cryptonemia based on block cipher “MAGMA” in the modes of production and kiestinki mode XOR GOST 34.13-2015.
Infoteks staff also participated in the development of the Protocol in the framework of the working group “Cryptographic mechanisms for M2M and industrial systems,” TC 26 and included in the list of authors.
The Internet Of Things (IoT), Encryption, Cryptography
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