Edlyn Teske

Edlyn Teske

Edlyn has a distinguished career as a Professor of Mathematics at the Department of Combinatorics and Optimization and the Centre for Applied Cryptographic Research, University of Waterloo (Canada). While in the San Francisco Bay Area, she worked as Senior Solutions Architect at Cryptomathic Inc., and also was teaching at the German International School of Silicon Valley's Saturday School. Edlyn currently lives in Leipzig, Germany, working as Senior Crypto Expert at Cryptomathic GmbH. She is also busy mother of four children ages 9 to 19.
Crypto Service Gateway: Enabling Crypto-Agility with the CSG Policy Engine

Crypto Service Gateway: Enabling Crypto-Agility with the CSG Policy Engine

The business world today is built on the pervasive use of cryptography, to authenticate people and processes, to secure communications, and to protect sensitive data.

High-Security Cryptographic Key Management for the Hybrid-Cloud User

High-Security Cryptographic Key Management for the Hybrid-Cloud User

When migrating their business-critical applications and cryptography to the cloud, banks and financial institutions face a number of concerns. The push to adopt cloud computing for the sake of efficiency and innovation must be balanced with the responsibility to protect sensitive data and processes.

The SHA-1 Attack Further Emphasizes the Need for Crypto-Agility 

The SHA-1 Attack Further Emphasizes the Need for Crypto-Agility 

The first practical chosen-prefix collision attack on SHA-1 was announced in January 2020 by researchers Gaëtan Leurent and Thomas Peyrin: “SHA-1 is a Shambles”.