March 1, 2010 | Written by: IBM Research Editorial Staff
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Cybersecurity is a top priority for federal, state, and local governments worldwide, and it is increasingly becoming a primary concern for critical infrastructure industries, such as utilities and telecommunications.
To help clients prepare for emerging cybersecurity challenges, IBM offers a wide range of security technologies and services developed to address the current and future state of security within their information infrastructure.
IBM draws upon it history of invention and innovation to provide this unique combination of technology, industry expertise and services needed to address the cybersecurity concerns and requirements of federal, state, and local governments worldwide.
Below is a sampling of the more than 3,000 patented IBM inventions that can enable clients to secure their business information and processes:
Method for implementing access control for queries to a content management system – U.S. Patent #7,392,246 – this invention describes a technique for implementing access control for queries to a content management system and method for maintaining security rules that limit document and folder access.
Security message authentication control instruction – U.S. Patent #7,356,710 – this invention describes a method for using a cryptographic key to compute an authentication code that executes data storage of a computing environment.
System and method for authenticating and configuring computing devices – U.S. Patent #7,287,269 – this invention enables dynamic authentication of computers on a network to increase security.
Keyless encryption of messages using challenge response – U.S. Patent #6,535,980 – this invention provides a method of message encryption to allow secure transmission of data where data security is not available for some technical or legal reason.
Method and apparatus for storing an internet user’s identity and access rights to world wide web resources – U.S. Patent #6,005,939 – this invention provides a method for securely obtaining and storing user information to conduct secure transactions on the Internet , without having to re-enter the information multiple times
Method and system for protection of digital information – U.S. Patent #5,978,482 – this invention describes a technique used to secure digital information through encryption and decryption in a way that it will only be available to those who have paid for the right to access it.
More information about IBM’s cross-company security initiative is available at: http://www.ibm.com/federal/security