








Public key encryption
Data Encryption & Cryptography Glossary 
 A form of encryption that utilizes a unique pair of keys, one (the "public key ") being openly known, and the other (the "private key "), being known only to the recipient of an encrypted message.
 A special kind of encryption where there is a process for generating two keys at the same time (typically called a private key and a public key), such that documents encrypted using one key can be decrypted with the other. generally, as suggested by the name, individuals publish their public keys and keep their private keys to themselves.
 A method of encryption that uses a pair of mathematically related keys: a public key and a corresponding private key. either key can be used to encrypt data, but the corresponding key must be used to decrypt it.


Encryption, английский
 The process of transforming text into an unintelligible form called cipher.
 A method of encoding data for security.
 Защита сообщения от неправомочного прочтения, основанная на преобразовании его в шифрованный текст. расшифровать этот текст, т.е. восстановить исходное сообщение, можно только с помощью ключа, использовавшегося при его шифровании
 The rearrangement of the bit stream of a previously digitally encoded signal in a
 An encoder electronically alters a signal so that it can be clearly seen only by recipients who have a decoder to reverse encryption. selective addressability/scrambling designates receivers to descramble a signal. each decoder has a unique address.
 The rearrangement of the bit stream of a previously digitally encoded signal in a systematic fashion to make the information unrecognizable until restored on receipt of the necessary authorization key. this technique is used for securing information transmitted over a communication channel with the intent of excluding all other than authorized receivers from interpreting the message. can be used for voice, video and other communications signals.
 Encryption is a process by which a document (plaintext) is combined with a shorter string of data, called a key (eg. ), to produce an output (ciphertext) which can be "decrypted" back into the original plaintext by someone else who has the key, but which is incomprehensible and computationally infeasible to decrypt for anyone who does not have the key.
 Шифрование
 The process of converting readable data (plaintext) into a coded form (ciphertext) to prevent it from being read by an unauthorized party.
Generating, английский
A rapid roughing process to quickly remove material from a lens. accomplished by cutting tools on a machine. generator, freeform – a type of computercontrolled generator with at least three axes of movement that can cut most continuous lens surface shapes to a level of precision and smoothness that requires only minimal polishing with a freeform polisher. generator, traditional – a type of generator with either two or three axes of movement that can cut only basic spherical and spherocylindrical lens surface shapes to a minimal level of smoothness that requires additional fining with a cylinder machine.
Themselves, английский
Corresponding, английский
Соответствующий

Sarbanesoxley (sox), английский
A legislation created to protect shareholders and the general public from fradulent practices. this legislation requires that financial institutions store relevant business records "not less than 5 years"  this usually effects the it department
Public key, английский
 A public key is a value provided by some designated authority as an encryption key that, combined with a private key derived from the public key, can be used to effectively encrypt messages.
 Открытый ключ; общий ключ publickey algorithm алгоритм шифрования с открытым ключом publickey cryptography шифрование с общим ключом; шифрование с открытым ключом; криптография с открытым ключом
 The nonsecret half of a cryptographic key pair that is used with a public key algorithm. public keys are typically used when encrypting a session key, verifying a digital signature, or encrypting data that can be decrypted with the corresponding private key.






