Murray Martin received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree

Friday, June 12, 2009

Murray Martin

Mr. Martin's desire to apply the best research in information security to the practical challenges of postal payment systems worldwide led to a most productive partnership between Pitney Bowes and researchers at the University of Waterloo. His support was instrumental in establishing the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC)/Pitney Bowes Industrial Research Chair in Cryptography in 1998, which was the catalyst for the formation of the Centre for Applied Cryptographic Research, of which he is a distinguished fellow.

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