The Importance of Cryptography in Digital Signatures

Dr.Yakubu Ajiji Maker
2020 Zenodo  
Information is an organization's most valuable asset. As we have seen in previous security and risk management is data-centric. The efforts to protect systems and networks attempt to achieve, data availability, confidentiality. Integrity, and the IP address of the devices that signed, we also saw no infrastructure security controls are not 100% effective. In reaction layered security model, it often necessary to underlying implement one final prevention control wrapped around sensitive
more » ... on, Encryption is not a security panacea not solve all your data-centric security issues. This paper aim is to provide an extensive review of network security and to use cryptography is regard to digital signatures. Network security and cryptography is a subject to wide-ranging to coverage about how to protect the significant amount of information in digital form and to provide security services. In a general overview of network security and cryptography is provided, and various algorithms are discussed. The detailed of the subject of network security and cryptography in digital signatures are then presented. The purpose of a digital signature is to provide a means for an entity to bind its identity to a piece of information. The frequent attacks on digital signature were reviewed. The first method was the signature scheme, which remains today one of the most practical and versatile techniques available. The Fiat-Shamir signature schemes, DSA, and related signature schemes are two other methods reviewed a significant amount. The difference between an e-signature and digital signature are reasonably clear with the Digital signatures have many applications in information security, including authentication, data integrity, and non-repudiation was considered. Whenever the advent of the e-commerce and the emergence of applications and World Wide Web and social networks across the world generate a large amount of data daily. And Data security is the utmost critical issue in ensuring secure, The IoT (Internet of Things) is no [...]
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3685177 fatcat:5ywzt2hmx5hgbj4q366urnjsze