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December 20th, 2022 | Jay Ferron
Microsoft Software and Systems Academy (MSSA) provides transitioning service members and veterans with critical technical and career skills req - read more
 
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December 20th, 2022 | Jay Ferron
 In August 2021, NIST’s Crypto Publication Review Board - read more
 
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December 20th, 2022 | Jay Ferron
 The U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has entered into a cooperative research and development agreement with AIM Photonics that will give chip developers a critical new tool for designing faster chips that use both optical and electrical signals to transmit information. - read more
 
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December 20th, 2022 | Jay Ferron
 Wi-Fi routers continuously broadcast radio frequencies that your phones, tablets and computers pick up and use to get you online. As the invisible frequencies travel, they bounce off or pass through everything around them — the walls, the furniture, and even you. Your movements, even breathing, slightly alter the signal’s path from the router to your device. - read more
 
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December 19th, 2022 | Jay Ferron
Date: January 25, 2023 Time: 3:00 p.m.-3:45 p.m. ET Event Description: - read more
 
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December 19th, 2022 | Jay Ferron
 Great article that I helped contribute to, in ChannelPro magazine. The article talks about the risk or Software as a Service. You a read the article here - read more
 
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December 19th, 2022 | Jay Ferron
 As a part of the periodic review of NIST’s cryptographic standards and guidelines, NIST's Crypto Publication Review Board ("Review Board") announced the review of Federal Information Processing Standards Publication (FIPS) 197, The Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) in May 2021.   - read more
 
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December 16th, 2022 | Jay Ferron
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December 16th, 2022 | Jay Ferron
 NIST is introducing a plan to transition away from the current limited use of the Secure Hash Algorithm 1 (SHA-1) hash function. Other approved hash functions are already available. The transition will be completed by December 31, 2030, and NIST will engage with stakeholders throughout the transition process. - read more
 

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