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US wants quantum-proof encryption methods

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Dec 29, 2016

The federal government's National Institute of Standards and Technology is asking for the public's ideas on encryption technology that can withstand the power of quantum computing. The agency will accept submissions until the end of November. The Hill (12/22)


Pentagon's innovation project faces uncertain future

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Dec 22, 2016

Panel recommends US defense of high-end chip biz

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Jan 12, 2017

Report: AI to lead to job losses, productivity gains

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Dec 22, 2016

China suggests it will adopt new review for tech products

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Dec 29, 2016

House group warns against measures that would weaken encryption

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Dec 22, 2016

European privacy suit against Facebook prompts briefs from experts

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Dec 29, 2016

Cybersecurity will benefit from machine learning, adaptive response

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Dec 29, 2016

CEO gives career tips for young professionals

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Dec 29, 2016

Congress, Pentagon require DoD $1.6B IT system to pass test

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Jan 05, 2017


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