Digital Signatures

By Jonathan Katz

Digital Signatures, published in 2010 by Springer, is a monograph covering the theory of digital signature schemes. It is intended as a reference for students, professors, and researchers, and can be used for self-study, as a supplement to a course on cryptography, or as a textbook in a graduate-level seminar.

The book can be purchased directly from the publisher or from amazon.

Instructors who are considering adopting the book for a course are invited to email the authors for an examination copy.

A list of errata is available.