Weekend Reads 082623

This open-source hardware optimized implementation uses a novel ECC/Dilithium hybrid signature schema that benefits from the security of ECC against standard attacks and Dilithium’s resilience against quantum attacks.

Dig Security, the cloud data security leader, today released findings from its first-ever “State of Cloud Data Security 2023 Report.” The analysis of more than 13 billion files stored in public cloud environments reveals how – and why – sensitive data is at risk in the modern enterprise.

Dr. Read Schuchardt, professor of communications at Wheaton College (IL), identifies five primary ways digital technology can erode our lives and relationships, or produce what he calls “vices of the virtual life”

In the name of taking the global cybersecurity lead and protecting EU citizens, it seeks to impose dozens of onerous, if not impossible, conformance requirements on all “products with digital elements” and associated obligations on every “manufacturer, importer, or distributor.”

Given the exuberance surrounding machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL) in particular, the claims I will make in this short article will be quite controversial, to say the least.

We all know there are many skilled cyber attackers out there, professionals with the technical know-how to manipulate and exploit data.

From a 2016 New York Times article on self-driving cars, which began “Autonomous cars have arrived. Major automakers have been investing billions in development, while tech players … have been testing their versions in American cities.” How’s that working out?

The deployment of optical engines, be they transponders or coherent optical pluggables, from one or multiple equipment suppliers over a line system from a different supplier offers valuable benefits that network operators cannot afford to ignore.

IoT protocols are established rules about how IoT devices should work and communicate. Standards are similar to protocols, but are used more widely—across an entire industry, for example.

In large metropolitan areas, tourists are often easy to spot because they’re far more inclined than locals to gaze upward at the surrounding skyscrapers.