We started by identifying 10 to 12 vendors to consider, but eliminated several because their solutions required us to internally manage a public key exchange program, which is time- and labor-intensive, or involved manual on-demand encryption processes that are prone to human error.
What does PKE stand for?
PKE stands for Public Key Exchange (cryptography)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
See other definitions of PKE
We have 14 other meanings of PKE in our Acronym Attic
- Passive Keyless Entry (General Motors)
- Plasma Krystal Experiment
- Poludniowy Koncern Energetyczny (Polish: Southern Energy Concern)
- Post-Keynesian Economics
- Potential Kinetic Energy (physics)
- Private Key Encryption (encryption method)
- Process Kaizen Engineer
- Psycho Kinetic Energy (Ghostbusters movies)
- Public Key Enabled/Enabling (military; public key enabled data call)
- Public Key Encryption
- Polski Komitet Energii Elektrycznej (Polish: Polish Committee for Electrical Energy)
- Pakistan Education Initiative
- Perbadanan Kemajuan Ekonomi Negeri (Malaysia)
- Perbadanan Kemajuan Ekonomi Negeri Johor (Malaysian football club)
- Player Killer (gaming)
- Passive Keyless Entry and Start (automotive technology)
- Pusat Komunikasi Ekonomi Syariah (Indonesian: Communication Center for Islamic Economics)
- Pan Korea English Teachers Association
- Programmable Kernel Execution Unit
- Pannell Kerr Foster (accounting firm)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Once the iKey is inserted into the CryptoServer, a public key exchange takes place before the appliance can be used.
The security engine supports the DES, 3DES, Kasumi-F8, MD-5, SHA-1/2, AES 128-256, HMAC and ARC-4 data encryption algorithms, and it offers a public key exchange (PKE) and random number generator (RNG).
The phone will provide end-to-end AES encryption with public key exchange convenience.
Nasdaq-NNM: IREG), a leading provider of Internet and enterprise security solutions, successfully demonstrated compliance with new Internet standards for public key exchange this week in an industry test sponsored by the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG).
42 (Diffie-Hellman key management) Encryption Algorithms -- DES -- Triple DES -- AES Automated Key Management -- Diffie-Hellman public key exchange Authentication -- X.
42 (Diffie-Hellman key management) Encryption Algorithms -- DES -- TripleDES -- AES available soon Automated Key Management -- Diffie-Hellman public key exchange Authentication -- X.
Until recently, all SSL encryption and public key exchange handshaking were done in software on a standard server, dragging performance to a crawl.