Term:Key Establishment

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FIPS 140-2

Key Establishment - the process by which cryptographic keys are securely distributed among cryptographic modules using manual transport methods (e.g., key loaders), automated methods (e.g., key transport and/or key agreement protocols), or a combination of automated and manual methods (consists of key transport plus key agreement).

NIST IR 7298

Key Establishment - The process by which cryptographic keys are securely distributed among cryptographic modules using manual transport methods (e.g., key loaders), automated methods (e.g., key transport and/or key agreement protocols), or a combination of automated and manual methods (consists of key transport plus key agreement). SOURCE: FIPS 140-2

NIST SP 800-120

Key Establishment - A procedure, conducted by two or more participants, which culminates in the derivation of keying material by all participants (see keying material). Key establishment can be based on pre-shared keys or on public key-based schemes. For example, EAP key establishment is executed between a peer and the EAP server to derive EAP keying material.

NIST SP 800-56A

Key Establishment - The procedure that results in shared secret keying material among different parties.

NIST SP 800-57P1

Key Establishment - A function in the lifecycle of keying material; the process by which cryptographic keys are securely established among cryptographic modules using manual transport methods (e.g., key loaders), automated methods (e.g., key transport and/or key agreement protocols), or a combination of automated and manual methods (consists of key transport plus key agreement).

NIST SP 800-57P2

Key Establishment - A stage in the lifecycle of keying material; the process by which cryptographic keys are securely distributed among cryptographic modules using manual transport methods (e.g., key loaders), automated methods (e.g., key transport and/or key agreement protocols), or a combination of automated and manual methods (consists of key transport plus key agreement).