IEEE P1363: Standard Specifications For Public Key Cryptography
Reissue / revision process
The standards document
IEEE 1363-2000: Standard Specifications For Public Key
Cryptography expired in 2005 and must be
reaffirmed or revised. Since an amendment to the standard has been
published in the form of Std 1363a-2004, the standard cannot be
simply reaffirmed but must be revised. The revision process will
involve at the lesat merging Std
1363-2000 and Std 1363a-2004. The working group also has the option
of making additional technical or editorial changes to the merged
document, including adding or removing techniques.
This section of the site contains
documents relevant to the revision process.
The project is currently seeking a technical editor. If you are
interested in serving, please contact the Working Group chair,
William Whyte, firstname.lastname@example.org
For general information, please follow these links:
- The current draft of the standard
(Microsoft Word 2003 format, 2.69 MB, password-protected download).
The current submissions for the
P1363 revision project, along with information on which submissions are
being incorporated into the current draft.
Authorization Request (PAR) (Word doc, 435K, 2005-06-17). Note that the actual
means of submission of the PAR is done through a Web form. This
document is that Web form saved in Word format.
On 22 September 2005 the IEEE Standards board approved the 1363
project until 31 December 2009. The notification, with the PAR as
approved, can be found here
(.pdf). The IEEE New Standards Committee (Nescom) list of
approved PARs is available here.
Call For Submissions,
D2 (Word doc, 36 K, 2006-06-13). A second draft of the call for
submissions, for final comment by the working group.