The thing about cutting edge technologies is that there’s something for everyone.
It’s critical for progressive organizations to keep an eye on technological advancements because sooner or later something will come along that helps a company excel in some way.
Take homomorphic encryption.
If you’re in a sector where data privacy is essential, then attention of homomorphic encryption is warranted. Homomorphic encryption is a form of encryption that allows computations to be performed on encrypted data without first having to decrypt it.
Homomorphic encryption can be useful for companies that need to store sensitive data in a cloud environment. Homomorphic encryption enables organizations to share private data to be evaluated securely without jeopardizing privacy.
Homomorphic encryption gives organizations the ability to perform mathematical operations on encrypted data without exposing the data itself.
With homomorphic encryption, the cloud service provider has access only to encrypted data and can perform computations on it without decrypting it. They can then return the encrypted results to the owner of the private data who can decrypt it with a private key.
Besides securing data in the cloud, fully homomorphic encryption enables data analytics in regulated industries.
Homomorphic encryption allows data to be encrypted and outsourced to commercial cloud environments for research and data-sharing purposes while protecting user or patient data privacy. It can be used for businesses and organizations across a variety of industries including financial services, retail, information technology, and healthcare to allow people to use data without seeing its unencrypted values.
The whole process of data encryption not only reduces the cost of data access to others, it can also transfer the whole process of computing to others.
Blockchain technology makes use of homomorphic encryption. The data information on the blockchain is encrypted into ciphertext with homomorphic encryption algorithm. The smart contract on the blockchain can process ciphertext without knowing the plaintext information, which significantly improves the security of user data privacy.
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Some of the topics covered include Directed Energy, Hypersonics, Quantum Science, Advanced Materials, Advanced Computing and Software, Integrated Network Systems-of-Systems and Space Technology.
Each course focuses on basic information to help managers and other participants feel more comfortable conversing with tech as well as non-tech personnel about the subject matter.
Participants also learn the benefits of each cutting edge topic area, and how understanding those advantages can help organizations, both private and public, in developing strategic plans.
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