Integrated circuit containing crypto functions for e-mail applications using the SKIPJACK cipher and the Escrowed Encryption Standard. It failed to find a customer base and is no longer manufactured.
The U.S. Government's long-term project to develop a set of standards for publicly-available cryptography, as authorized by the Computer Security Act of 1987. The Capstone cryptographic system will consist of four major components and be contained on a single integrated circuit microchip that provides non-DoD data encryption for sensitive but unclassified information. It implements the Skipjack algorithm. See also: Clipper.
The U.S. government's project to develop a set of standards for publicly available cryptography, as authorized by the Computer Security Act of 1987. See Clipper, DSA, DSS, and Skipjack.