Quantum Random Number on a Smart Phone

Joe Luong

Today's problem is that all MOBILE DEVICES use Pseudo Random Number Generators, which is true of any brand or type. This exposes devices to potential mobile attacks. However, tomorrow's problems are that societal shifts will manage more of our personal data on mobile devices and this will become acute with the Internet of Things set to increase the number of devices that are connected.
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Spotlight

This paper has discussed the future research directions that could lead to fundamental changes in the new development alternatives that create wireless access solution in future: WiGig, White-Fi, HetNets , M2M approach and cognitive WiFi. These solutions will form the basis of future WiFi. Recent developed applications and services designed a road map for future WiFi consumers. These applications place demands on available technology and spectrum in terms of both the capacity available and the speed that can be supported for multiple simultaneous users/uses.


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Altizon in collaboration with Microsoft and E&Y brings you Webinar – Mastering Digital Transformation with Industrial IoT

Altizon Systems

To stay competitive, relevant, and to serve customers better than before, organizations need to embrace both cultural and technological change. This digital transformation of the industrial sector has begun. Leading analysts predict IIoT growth at 16% CAGR with customer spending reaching $ 253 billion by 2020. For companies with the right mindset, Industrial Internet of Things platforms and technologies open up major opportunities for improved asset performance, new service offerings and business models, improved operational efficiency, and completely new ways of offering value to customers. In this webinar, we will cover the best practices with examples of leveraging all these technologies to accelerate your journey towards True Digital Transformation.
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THE “INTERNET OF THINGS” AND CLINICAL RESEARCH: PRIVACY, SECURITY, AND ETHICAL ASPECTS

Chesapeake IRB

The “Internet of Things” is a vision of the future where connected devices interact directly with other devices and data, without any human intervention. The Internet of Things (IoT) promises the power to transform healthcare, change how we detect and diagnose conditions, help create a larger pool of patients for clinical trials, speed enrollment, improve informed consent, and foster better care over the long run. The IoT is a cross-disciplinary effort involving sensor networking, data management and the internet.
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Webinar January 12th: 2017 Trends in Information Security

Research

Security is changing. New innovations are making defenses such as anti-malware more of a reality than ever before, while yesterday’s incumbents are being remade through new acquisitions as well as selloffs of their legacy security businesses. So what’s next for security? For one thing, the scale of IoT security risk has finally been revealed – while the threat of ransom may provide attackers an alternative if malware becomes less viable. Will security’s innovations be ready enough, soon enough to protect enterprises from today’s emerging threats.
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On-Demand Webinar: Managing and Monetizing the IoT Connected World

BrightTALK

Hear VDC Research and Flexera Software as they share insights and best practices about the evolution of embedded software and recommendations for monetizing IoT connected devices.
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Spotlight

This paper has discussed the future research directions that could lead to fundamental changes in the new development alternatives that create wireless access solution in future: WiGig, White-Fi, HetNets , M2M approach and cognitive WiFi. These solutions will form the basis of future WiFi. Recent developed applications and services designed a road map for future WiFi consumers. These applications place demands on available technology and spectrum in terms of both the capacity available and the speed that can be supported for multiple simultaneous users/uses.

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