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When a project has cryptographic requirements, who is responsible for cryptographic design and analysis of overall system security?   [Edit]

Survey period: 16 Aug 2010 to 23 Aug 2010

Making sure your data can't be read is sometimes just as important as making sure it can be read.

OptionVotes% 
Outside consultant/contractor224.41
Project manager5210.42
Senior/lead programmer19138.28
Developer who took the crypto class7915.83
Developer doing the coding14829.66
Most crypto-passionate person5511.02
No design - encryption/decryption is just another function call like opening/closing a file8717.43
We never have need of encryption9018.04
Other234.61
Respondents were allowed to choose more than one answer; totals may not add up to 100%

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GeneralSenior/lead programmer Pin
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Keith Barrow22-Aug-10 9:36
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Generalone more otions require Pin
Pranay Rana17-Aug-10 1:56
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GeneralA strategy needs to be scoped during the planning phase of the program Pin
L Viljoen16-Aug-10 23:01
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GeneralI am surprised Pin
Ennis Ray Lynch, Jr.16-Aug-10 6:15
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KenJohnson22-Aug-10 4:40
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I agree with you most heartily. Cryptography is a tricky business. There is a risk of catastrophic failure if you do not have someone who actually understands the stuff. It is worth remembering that unlike many aspects of applications people go through concerted effort to make one’s encryption less than effective.

The hacking of DVDs via software or magic marker is a classic example.

Ken
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W Balboos, GHB16-Aug-10 3:35
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