US company wolfSSL Inc. announces implementation of MIKEY-SAKKE


WolfSSL Inc., a company based in Seattle (State of Washington) and Portland (Oregon), USA announced the implementation of MIKEY-SAKKE open cryptography standard.

The announcement can be found on wolfSSL Inc. website:

MIKEY-SAKKE is Secure Chorus’ open cryptography standard of choice, designed to enable secure, cross-platform multimedia communications. It is highly scalable, requiring no prior setup between users or distribution of user certificates. It is designed to be centrally managed, giving a domain manager full control of the security of the system. But even so, it maintains high availability, as calling does not require interaction with centralized architecture.

MIKEY-SAKKE has been developed by the UK Government’s National Technical Authority for Information Assurance (CESG), which is now part of the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), a government member of Secure Chorus. It was then made into an open standard by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IEFT). It has also been approved by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP), the body responsible for standardising mobile communications for use in critical applications, hence receiving endorsement at global level for its approach to public key cryptography.


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Secure Chorus is a not-for-profit membership organisation serving as a platform for multi-stakeholder cooperation, for the development of forward-looking strategies, common technology standards and tangible capabilities in the field of information security.

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