Pune software engineer develops new standards for assuring e-Business

By : |June 24, 1999 0

Frontiers Computers Pvt Ltd, an Indian subsidiary of E-Lock Technologies, announced that a
draft for a new Internet security standard proposed by an employee of Frontier Computers
Pvt Ltd has been published by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). This draft was
written by Parag Namjoshi, a Systems Engineer employed with Frontier. The new Internet
security draft focuses on a method to maintain the trust in a token issued by a
non-repudiation Trusted Third Party (NR TTP) (DCS/TSA/TDA) even after the key initially
used to establish trust in the token expires. It describes a general format for storage of
DCS/ TS / TDA tokens for this purpose. This format is general enough to establish a chain
of custody for the data. This method enhances the legal and audit value of the tokens
since they may have to be produced as evidence long after their issue.

“E-Lock Technologies does not stop at developing the existing standards but is also
helping to create new standards, ” said Dr Prakash Ambegaonkar, Chairman and CEO of
E-Lock Technologies and Director, Frontier. “The standards being developed are a step
forward to securing e-Business. E-Lock aims to excel in the field of assuring e-Business
and expanding its horizons.” E-Lock Technologies recognizes the need to provide
business organizations with cost effective and easy to use products for e-Business. The
products provide non-repudiation and a level of trust equivalent to, if not more than,
that provided by paper based transactions. E-Lock Technologies works towards making
assured e-Business a reality.

Frontier Computers a software development center for US based Frontier Technologies Corp
and E-Lock Technologies Inc, was formed to develop core competence in networking
technologies. The aim was to bring out products that met the requirements of businesses to
use computer resources to interconnect their business environments.

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