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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.
Industry-Leading Technology Available for License Forty major information technology vendors and users, including TIS, have formed a Key Recovery Alliance to encourage global, interoperable solutions that use strong encryption.
12, 1996-- Key Recovery Alliance Welcomes 29 New Members The key recovery alliance, a group of companies working to accelerate and expand the adoption of the Internet for global electronic business by creating international specifications for encrypted information, has more than tripled its membership and identified its charter objectives.
Members of the key recovery alliance include Apple Computer Inc.