HomeAsia Pacific Journal of Multidisciplinary Researchvol. 2 no. 3 (2014)

Universal Intelligent Data Encryption Standards: A Review

Renjith V. Ravi | R. Dr. Mahalakshmi

Discipline: Social Science

 

Abstract:

The most challenging aspects in the word of electronic communication is nothing but the data security. The significance of the exchanged data over the internet and other media types are increasing. One of the most interesting subjects in the security related communities is the hunt for the best solution to offer an essential protection against the data intruders’ attacks together with providing these services in time. Cryptography is the one of the main category of data security which converts information from its original form into an unreadable form. There are two main uniqueness to distinguish an encryption system from another are its ability to secure the protected data against cryptanalytic attacks and its speed and efficiency in the process. Cryptographic research has a common objective to design protocols that offer a confidential and authenticated transmission channel for messages over an insecure network. If a cryptographic algorithm is said to be computationally secured, it cannot be broken with typical resources, either present or future and apart from the algorithm, key distribution is also more important to make an proficient cryptographic system.