Cryptolog has changed, as you can see!

Paris, 29 February 2012 - In order to consolidate and continue its development, Cryptolog Cryptolog is delighted to unveil its new visual identity and today completes a full overhaul of its website www.cryptolog.com
 
A new logo 
 
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The cornerstone of this new visual identity, the new Cryptolog logo marks the beginning of a new era for Cryptolog. More modern, round, with warmer colours, its design illustrates the major shift that the firm has undergone to become a key player in the electronic evidence market. 
 
Both curvy and sleek, the new, revitalised logo reflects the commitment of Cryptolog to innovation, quality, agile development, and the permanent satisfaction of customer needs. « With this new identity, I am very happy that we are sending a strong signal to our ecosystem and our clients: this new image is now in line with what we are today, an innovative, reliable, well-structured firm and a leader in our market », said Cécile Daragnès, Cryptolog Marketing Manager.

Cryptolog products successfully passed international interoperability testing

At Cryptolog, one of our key priority in product developpement is maintaining a high level of compliance of all our products with the latest standards, thanks to our experts involved in European and International standard bodies on electronic signature (Cryptolog is rapporteur of CAdES standard). To comply with this strategy, Cryptolog recently participated in The Remote Plugtests© Event on XAdES and CAdES signature standards organized by ETSI Plugtest™ Service. This professional unit of ETSI is specializing in running interoperability test events like this one, for a wide range of telecommunications, Internet, broadcasting and multimedia converging standards.

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En route to online contracts signing

The Cryptolog development team has recently achieved an online demonstration of what could be an application of online contracts signing. You can find it at the following URL:

Meet us at OMAT Milano 2010

Julien Stern, CEO of Cryptolog and Gautier Harmel, Business Development Director will be on March 30th and 31st, in Milano for OMAT Milano, the reference event in Italy for what concerns the electronic management of documents, content and business processes.

Unicity MSS 4.0 is now available!

Cryptolog's Mass Signing Server, Unicity MSS, is available from now in version 4.0. This new major version brings a lot of great functionalities, let's discover them!

PKCS#11 - Unicity MSS supports now any cryptographic device compliant with the PKCS#11 standard. In a few clicks, you can thus easily access cryptographic keys stored in hundreds of devices such as smartcards, USB tokens, or Hardware Security Modules.

Cryptolog at DEMAT EXPO 2009

Cryptolog will be present at the 6th edition of the event DEMAT'EXPO (previously DEMATERIALISER), on next December 1st and 2nd, in Paris.

Being a major actor of the dematerialization of legal documents in Europe, Cryptolog had to be part of this event.

RSA Conference Europe, long-term validation of electronic signature

We are very pleased to announce that Julien Stern, CEO of Cryptolog will participate in a Panel session at the major event in information security, RSA Conference Europe 2009, taking place in London, 20-22th October.

NIST SHA-3 competition:Why MD6 has not been selected for round 2

MD6 was considered one of the favorite. However in an email posted in the NIST mailing list on the first of July, Ron Rivest (the R in RSA) had announced that he was minding that MD6 was not ready for the SHA-3 competition second round.

We suggest that MD6 is not yet ready for the next SHA-3 round, and we also provide some suggestions for NIST as the contest moves forward.

Signing e-contracts in point of sales

If you missed our conference at Infosecurity 2009, check out our video and slides of Julien Stern' talk.

Infosecurity, the biggest IT Security show in Europe

Cryptolog held stand and conference on Infosecurity 2009.

Like in 2008, Cryptolog was present on the biggest event of IT security in Europe, in London.