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No Phishing beyond This Point

Kristen Greene, Michelle P. Steves, Mary F. Theofanos
As phishing continues to evolve, what is your organization doing to stay off the hook?

Internet of Things (IoT) Metrology

Jeffrey M. Voas, David R. Kuhn, Phillip Laplante
The field of metrology has evolved into many classes and viewpoints over centuries of time. What we are suggesting is how that body of knowledge may be

Superconducting optoelectronic networks V: networks and scaling

Jeffrey M. Shainline, Jeffrey T. Chiles, Sonia M. Buckley, Adam N. McCaughan, Richard P. Mirin, Sae Woo Nam
Networks of superconducting optoelectronic neurons are investigated for their near-term technological potential and long-term physical limitations. Networks

Superconducting optoelectronic networks IV: transmitter circuits

Jeffrey M. Shainline, Adam N. McCaughan, Sonia M. Buckley, Richard P. Mirin, Sae Woo Nam, Amir Jafari-Salim
A superconducting optoelectronic neuron will produce a small current pulse upon reaching threshold. We present an amplifier chain which converts this small

Cloud Computing Service Metrics Description

Frederic J. de Vaulx, Eric D. Simmon, Robert B. Bohn
With cloud computing in the mainstream, there is a preponderance of cloud based services in the market and the choices for consumers increase daily. However

Combinatorial Security Testing Course

Dimitris Simos, Yu Lei, David R. Kuhn, Raghu N. Kacker
Combinatorial methods have attracted attention as a means of providing strong assurance at reduced cost, but when are these methods practical and cost-effective

Improved Cryptanalysis of HFEv- via Projection

Jintai Ding, Ray A. Perlner, Albrecht R. Petzoldt, Daniel C. Smith-Tone
The HFEv- signature scheme is one of the most studied multivariate schemes and one of the major candidates for the upcoming standardization of post-quantum

Safeguards for Securing Virtualized Servers

Ramaswamy Chandramouli, Larry Feldman, Gregory A. Witte
This bulletin summarizes the information found in NIST SP 800-125A: Security Recommendations for Hypervisor Deployment on Servers, which provides technical
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