Menachem Domb

Ashkelon Academy College

Dr. Domb is currently an Associate Professor at the Computer Science Department of the Ashkelon Academy College in Israel. Graduated from the Technion with a DSc degree in Operations Research, holds an MSc from New York University (NYU) Currant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, and an MBA from Tel-Aviv University. Post doctorate was received at Washington University in St. Louis. He has over 25 years of academic lecturing and research experience. In parallel, he worked in the IT industry for over 30 years and has experience in various technical and executive positions in large international IT companies, in the Telecom, Health, Security, Finance and Government domains.

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Cyber security is taking on an important role in information systems and data transmission over public networks. This is due to the widespread use of the Internet for business and social purposes. This increase in use encourages data capturing for malicious purposes. To counteract this, many solutions have been proposed and introduced during the past 80 years, but Cryptography is the most effective tool. Some other tools incorporate complicated and long arithmetic calculations, vast resources consumption, and long execution time, resulting in it becoming less effective in handling high data volumes, large bandwidth, and fast transmission. Adding to it the availability of quantum computing, cryptography seems to lose its importance. To restate the effectiveness of cryptography, researchers have proposed improvements. This book discusses and examines several such improvements and solutions.

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