a.k.a. Digital Signature Standard, DSS

A technology used to confirm the identity of a sender of electronic information and to verify that the data has not been altered. It is a digital signature algorithm developed by the NSA and endorsed by the NIST. The NIST recently ended a ten-year battle between the U.S. federal government and the commercial digital signature makers by announcing that agencies may purchase digital signature technology from RSA Data Security, to secure electronic transactions.

See also : standard  
NetLingo Classification: Net Technology