IBE

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AcronymDefinition
IBEIdentity-Based Encryption
IBEIon Beam Etching
IBEIntegrated Business and Engineering (Lehigh University)
IBEInternational Bureau of Education
IBEInternet Booking Engine
IBEInternational Bureau for Epilepsy (est. 1961)
IBEInternational Beauty Expo (trade show)
IBEIntercultural Bilingual Education
IBEInstitute for the Built Environment (Colorado State University)
IBEIdentity Based Encryption
IBEInternational Business Enterprise
IBEInstitut für Medizinische Informationsverarbeitung, Biometrie Und Epidemiologie (LMU, Muenchen, Germany)
IBEInstitute of Biological Engineering
IBEInternational Business Enterprises
IBEInstitut Belge de l'Emballage (French: Belgian Packaging Institute)
IBEIberia, Lineas Aereas de Espana, Spain (ICAO code)
IBEID (Identity) Based Encryption (cryptography)
IBEInstitute for Behavioral Economics (Arizona)
IBEInstitute of Biomedical Engineering (UK)
IBEIsuzu Body Engineering (Japan)
IBEInboard Booster Engine
IBEInstitution-Based Exercise
IBEInfinity Bio-Energy Limited
IBEIndirect Battlefield Engagement System
IBEIntrahepatic Biliary Epithelium
IBEImpaired Biliary Elimination
IBEInternational Business Entity (Cyprus)
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In 2009 Beno Libert et al [8] proposed a Adaptive-ID Secure Revocable Identity-Based Encryption, to provide immediate revocation they require the cooperation of an online semi-trusted party called mediator at each decryption, which Is not totally satisfactory either since it necessarily incurs communication between users.
Therefore, it is a natural biometric modality to derive identities for identity-based encryption and other identity-based schemes.
1] and its construction makes use of the construction of identity-based encryption (IBE).
19] proposed an anonymous multi-receiver identity-based encryption scheme that adopts Lagrange interpolating polynomial mechanism to hide user's identity.
Boneh and Franklin's identity-based encryption scheme [10] was proposed in 2001.
The fourth approach is Accountable Authority Identity-based Encryption (A-IBE).
Voltage products enable reduction in audit scope with rapid implementation and the lowest total cost of ownership in the industry through the use of award-winning cryptographic solutions, including Voltage Identity-Based Encryption (IBE) and a new breakthrough innovation: Format-Preserving Encryption (FPE).
Identity-Based Encryption (IBE) avoids burdens of legacy Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) technology.
Voltage SecureFile, powered by Voltage Identity-Based Encryption (Voltage IBE), secures files no matter how or where they are transported after they leave the Lotus Quickr environment.
Using an on-board Mail Transfer Agent (MTA), this policy-based solution protects information from unauthorized transmission and secures authorized information by automatically encrypting messages prior to transmission, using award-winning identity-based encryption (IBE).
Identity-based encryption allows for a sender to encrypt a message to an identity without access to a public key certificate.
PHR owners encrypt their health data for the public domain using ciphertext-policy attribute-based encryption scheme, while encrypt their health data for the personal domain using anonymous multi-receiver identity-based encryption scheme.