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Key management procedures for the secure management of the cryptographic keys within the financial services environment are described in ISO Your basket is empty. However, the transportation of key management related data is iwo limited to ISO The faster, easier way to work with standards.
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ISO – Banking — Key management related data element (retail)
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This International Standard describes a key management related data element that may be transmitted either in transaction messages to convey information 134922 cryptographic keys used to secure the current transaction or in cryptographic service messages to convey information about cryptographic keys to be used to secure future transactions.
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