The Web Platform
March 7–8, 2016: Training
March 8–10, 2016: Conference
San Francisco, CA
Charles Engelke

Charles Engelke
CTO, Info Tech, Inc.

Website | @charlesengelke

As the CTO of Info Tech, Inc., Charles Engelke led the effort to bring sealed bidding to the Internet, which requires public-key cryptography to maintain the seal and provide digital signatures. As a result, native-code solutions have handled more than $1 trillion in US state highway and bridge construction bids so far. Charles is now working with a team to develop browser-based bidding software that uses the Web Cryptography API.

Sessions

9:00am–10:30am Tuesday, 03/08/2016
Security Salon 1/2
Charles Engelke (Info Tech, Inc.), Laurie White (Mercer University)
Average rating: *****
(5.00, 4 ratings)
The Internet's security depends on cryptography. People use "secure" websites to take advantage of current cryptography methods. But what if users can't (or don't want to) trust the web server with their secrets? Web-page authors can use the Web Cryptography API to give their users end-to-end secrecy and authentication through web servers, not just to them. Charles and Laurie will show you how. Read more.
11:00am–12:30pm Tuesday, 03/08/2016
Security Salon 1/2
Charles Engelke (Info Tech, Inc.), Laurie White (Mercer University)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 3 ratings)
The Internet's security depends on cryptography. People use "secure" websites to take advantage of current cryptography methods. But what if users can't (or don't want to) trust the web server with their secrets? Web-page authors can use the Web Cryptography API to give their users end-to-end secrecy and authentication through web servers, not just to them. Charles and Laurie will show you how. Read more.