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In October 1996, a small group of companies formed the Key Recovery Alliance ("KRA").
Part of the 60+ member industry-wide Key Recovery Alliance, Sterling Commerce develops the CONNECT suite of security applications, including CONNECT:Firewall and CONNECT:Conceal.
Based in part on this patent, the key recovery features of IBM's Keyworks product line are in full compliance with the technical recommendations proposed by the Key Recovery Alliance, a consortium of companies and organizations working together to find the best approach to meeting the Government's requirements.
are members of the Key Recovery Alliance (KRA), a group of more than 60 organizations seeking to increase the widespread availability of strong encryption.
Telequip is a member of the Financial Services Technology Consortium (FSTC) Electronic Check project, the Key Recovery Alliance, and the PCMCIA.
Forty major information technology vendors and users, including TIS, have formed a Key Recovery Alliance to encourage global, interoperable solutions that use strong encryption.
Members of the key recovery alliance include Apple Computer Inc.