Certicom est une entreprise de sécurité informatique qui se spécialise dans la cryptographie sur les courbes elliptiques. Elle a été fondée en 1985 par Scott Vanstone et Gordon Agnew à partir de l'Université de Waterloo. Son siège social est à Mississauga, au Canada.

L'entreprise possède plus de 130 brevets de cryptographie sur les courbes elliptiques. Ses clients incluent Texas Instruments, Palm, Cisco Systems, Oracle Corporation, Motorola et l'agence américaine fédérale NSA, celle-ci avec un contrat de 25 millions de $US.

Voir aussi

  • Le consortium SECG

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