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Authentication

In the context of bonds, refers to the validation of a bond certificate.

Authentication

A legal certification that a document is genuine. In business, this is especially applied to bonds, showing that an issue was legitimate.
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Broadcom's new CryptoNetX security protocol processors consist of three products ranging from medium to high performance and are available in PCI-X or PCI Express interfaces.
Lidasan said the security protocol reeked of discrimination.
RSA BSAFE SSL-C is already a widely used security protocol component among the leading wireless vendors, and our new offerings promise to further solidify our strength in this exciting market.
Security protocols are small distributed programs designed to achieve security properties such as confidentiality, authentication, and anonymity; are ubiquitous in computerized and networked society; and are quite difficult to devise.
The support of both IPv6 and IPv4 as well as the availability of add-on security protocols such as IPSec and IKE allow systems built on IPLITE and MSC8101 to benefit from the full potential of networking services.
It is designed to work across multiple security protocols including SSL/TLS, SSH, IPsec/IKE, and EAP, and provides superior cryptographic performance, critical for voice and video environments.
on-going review and improvement of safety and security protocols for various emergency scenarios;
Siddiqui registering his concern about frequent instances of bank robbery in the metropolis directed institutional heads of commercial banks to ensure absolute compliance to specific security protocols.
However, before signing, the organization must physically inspect the security protocols in place to ensure that what is documented in paper is actually practiced.
51/eProvisioning solution to address the problem of allocating resources and supporting security protocols across an entire enterprise.

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