This handbook of formal analysis in cryptography is very important for secure communication and processing of information. It introduces readers to several formal verification methods and software used to analyse cryptographic protocols. The chapters give readers general knowledge and formal methods and focuses on post-quantum cryptographic schemes with their security based on the computational hardness of the coding, multivariate, and lattice problems.
Handbook of Formal Analysis and Verification in Cryptography includes major formalisms and tools used for formal verification of cryptography, with a spotlight on new-generation cryptosystems such as post-quantum and presents a connection between formal analysis and cryptographic schemes. It offers formal methods to show whether security assumptions are valid or not and compares the most prominent formalism and tools as it outlines common challenges and future research directions.
Graduate students, researchers, and engineers worldwide will find this a very interesting read.