Definition of Escrowing

1. Verb. (present participle of escrow) ¹



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Definition of Escrowing

1. escrow [v] - See also: escrow

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Escrowing

escribing
escritoire
escritoires
escritorial
escroc
escrocs
escrod
escrods
escrol
escroll
escrolls
escrols
escrow
escrow funds
escrowed
escrowing (current term)
escrows
escuage
escuages
escudo
escudos
esculapian
esculent
esculents
esculic
esculic acid
esculin
escutcheon
escutcheon pin
escutcheoned

Literary usage of Escrowing

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1. Information Security and Privacy in Network Environments by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"2. establishment of joint industry-government working groups (with NIST leadership) to: evaluate all known key-escrowing proposals according to criteria ..."

2. Cryptography and Privacy Sourcebook, 1995: Documents on Encryption Policy edited by David Banisar (1995)
"Key Escrow (U) Key escrowing refers to a process of placing encryption keys into ... There are a number of different technical approaches to key escrowing. ..."

3. Issue Update on Information Security and Privacy in Network Environmentsby DIANE Publishing Company by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"This is accomplished through what is called a "key escrowing" scheme. Each EES chip has a chip-specific key that is split into two parts after being ..."

4. Cryptography & Privacy Sourcebook (1996): Documents on Wiretapping edited by David Banisar (1996)
"Implementation of key escrowing or trusteeship for large databases (ie, encryption for file storage, as opposed to communications) has not been addressed by ..."

5. National Information Systems Security '95 (18th) Proceedings: Making by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"... Key escrowing: Today and Tomorrow M. Smid, Chair, National Institute of Standards and Technology Points of View The Target System J. Manning, ..."

6. Information Security and Privacy in Network Environmentsby Office of Technology Assessment, United States, Congress by Office of Technology Assessment, United States, Congress (1994)
"Cost figures and escrowing procedures are being refined by the Clinton Administration NIST did not provide the OTA with more precise estimates of the ..."

7. Markets and Rural Economics: Science of Commerce and Distribution: An by Thomas Joseph Brooks (1914)
"What is meant by "escrowing" stock? What is its purpose? How are stock companies promoted? What is a "wire" house? What is a "scalper"? ..."

8. Information Security and Privacy in Network Environments by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"2. establishment of joint industry-government working groups (with NIST leadership) to: evaluate all known key-escrowing proposals according to criteria ..."

9. Cryptography and Privacy Sourcebook, 1995: Documents on Encryption Policy edited by David Banisar (1995)
"Key Escrow (U) Key escrowing refers to a process of placing encryption keys into ... There are a number of different technical approaches to key escrowing. ..."

10. Issue Update on Information Security and Privacy in Network Environmentsby DIANE Publishing Company by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"This is accomplished through what is called a "key escrowing" scheme. Each EES chip has a chip-specific key that is split into two parts after being ..."

11. Cryptography & Privacy Sourcebook (1996): Documents on Wiretapping edited by David Banisar (1996)
"Implementation of key escrowing or trusteeship for large databases (ie, encryption for file storage, as opposed to communications) has not been addressed by ..."

12. National Information Systems Security '95 (18th) Proceedings: Making by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"... Key escrowing: Today and Tomorrow M. Smid, Chair, National Institute of Standards and Technology Points of View The Target System J. Manning, ..."

13. Information Security and Privacy in Network Environmentsby Office of Technology Assessment, United States, Congress by Office of Technology Assessment, United States, Congress (1994)
"Cost figures and escrowing procedures are being refined by the Clinton Administration NIST did not provide the OTA with more precise estimates of the ..."

14. Markets and Rural Economics: Science of Commerce and Distribution: An by Thomas Joseph Brooks (1914)
"What is meant by "escrowing" stock? What is its purpose? How are stock companies promoted? What is a "wire" house? What is a "scalper"? ..."

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