Category Archives: security

AES-NI in Laymen’s Terms

To understand how the AES Rijndael algorithm works I highly recommend that you look at Jeff Moser’s “A Stick Figure Guide to the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) – A play in 4 acts”. This creative stick figure cartoon approach to describing the AES algorithm is one of the best ways I have seen for communicating how AES works. Read more >

AES-NI in Laymen’s Terms

To understand how the AES Rijndael algorithm works I highly recommend that you look at Jeff Moser’s “A Stick Figure Guide to the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) – A play in 4 acts”. This creative stick figure cartoon approach to describing the AES algorithm is one of the best ways I have seen for communicating how AES works. Read more >

Mobile Security from McAfee – Use it or Lose it!

Did you know that there are currently over 4 billion mobile phones in use worldwide today? Mobile phones are quickly becoming our primary means to stay in touch, take pictures, shop, bank, listen to music, and socialize. We store personal and professional information on them, and because we use them for almost everything, they have [...] Read more >

Experts All Around

SUMMARY: Highlights from the Technology Showcase and the Intel Fellows Live panel include some insights on the future of input devices, how Skype is working with Intel to improve call quality, my up-close experience with the Adidas digital kiosk, and… Read more >

Experts All Around

SUMMARY: Highlights from the Technology Showcase and the Intel Fellows Live panel include some insights on the future of input devices, how Skype is working with Intel to improve call quality, my up-close experience with the Adidas digital kiosk, and… Read more >

Experts All Around

SUMMARY: Highlights from the Technology Showcase and the Intel Fellows Live panel include some insights on the future of input devices, how Skype is working with Intel to improve call quality, my up-close experience with the Adidas digital kiosk, and … Continue reading Read more >