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NYU Abu Dhabi researchers have taken a long step toward solving the security problem encountered with processing data in the cloud.
From your Facebook page to global financial markets to nuclear power plants, modern life demands robust security for electronic information systems. Yet threats are everywhere, and never stop mutating.
New York University Abu Dhabi Institute (NYUAD Institute) announced today the launch of a new research initiative aimed at creating a new type of secure microprocessor that will guard against reverse engineering, tampering, counterfeiting and overproduction, and intellectual property piracy.
Michail Maniatakos began creating software — and selling it — at the age of 14. Since then he has moved on to computer problems far more complicated than the scheduling software he sold to hairdressers and the archiving software bought by photo studios in Athens, where he grew up.