The field of graphic design, that we discover the interviews of these 12 graphic designers from 12 different countries and cultures. With ANSSI! Written by Geoffrey Dorne the October 18, 2016 0 comments f Do you know ANSSI? This is the National Agency for the Security of Information Systems, a French service created in 2009 and attached to Defense and which deals with defense and national security. Basically, they manage the security of information systems in France and in particular on the OIVs (operators of vital importance, including health, water management, food but also military, civil, judicial activities of the State or even energy, communication, transport, etc.
In short, heavy and serious with an image manipulation service incredible logg I had also published an article on this subject . so A few days ago, discreetly, ANSSI published a documentary page on cryptology, in other words: the science of secrecy. Interesting ! This subject has fascinated me since I was little and I must admit that I have read Simon Singh's History of Secret Codes many times , so I took quite a bit of time to read everything and try to understand. It's pretty accessible overall. Presentation by ANSSI “In the (almost) all-digital era, the security of the information systems of our entire ecosystem guarantees the trust placed in current and future technologies.
Electronic messaging, e-commerce, online procedures and smart cards are all everyday applications through which you will resort, more or less consciously, to means of cryptography, security measures in the forefront of which is encryption. But what is behind these uses? What technologies are at work? What are the experts working on? What else does this thousand-year-old science have in store for us? This is what this web-documentary tries to answer by presenting in a simple and interactive way some of the facets of cryptology. Some images from the web documentary digit1 acdigit2 A very interesting project therefore, in which we will appreciate finding the logic of encryption, the historical aspect or the most widespread encryption methods such as AES or RSA.