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Is SSH (Secure Shell) protocol truly secure? With attributes such as convenience, authentication, and secure encryption, millions of professionals across the globe use SSH to gain remote access to a system without fear of being exposed. But--there are three key issues with SSH that are often overlooked and keep it from being truly secure. Join Dima Kogan as he analyzes the vulnerabilities in today’s SSH protocols and shares a new guardian agent for secure delegation.

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The VPTL Teaching with Technology(TwT)workshop enabled David Axelrod, a pediatric cardiologist, and David Sarno, the founder of Lighthaus, Inc., to begin to build a blended learning platform designed to both train students and physicians as well as teach patients and family members about congenital heart defects. Their main goal was ...
John Armstrong, a lecturer in the Mechanical Engineering –Design program, and Ben Bowman, a GSE graduate student, partnered during the TwT workshop to develop a short online module focused on how to successfully design your career. They had previously worked with VPTLto create a series of animated career videos, and ...
During the Teaching with Technology (TwT) workshop, Glenn Katz, lecturer in Civil & Environmental Engineering (CEE), began to transform a series of three in-person courses, CEE 220A, 220B, and 220C, into online course offerings. Going into the workshop, Glenn was at first focused on the efficiency that would be gained ...
Speaker: Gabe Parisi-Amon
Innovation at Work Aug. 22, 2018
Spark new ideas and solve challenges that matter to you by bringing the practice of design thinking to your workplace. In workshops led by the Stanford d.school’s Perry Klebahn and Jeremy Utley, your team will work through a series of exercises and activities that get you out of your chairs ...
Harness the power of design thinking tools to incorporate innovation into your everyday business practices and transform your organization. Get close and personal with some of the people who invented the tools of design thinking and learn to use the innovative techniques to develop you and your team's creativity, achievement ...
Speakers: Dennis Fernandez, Madhu Iyer, and Christina Laskowski.
Writing secure code is fraught with challenges: SQL injections, cross-site scripting and request forgery, directory traversal and more. But what if there was a web framework that made it simple to write secure, correct web applications without sacrificing flexibility or performance? If it were available today, would you use it? ...
Stanford professors Rita Popat and Kristin Sainani introduce the new graduate certificate in Epidemiology and Clinical Research (https://stanford.io/2MLDKqV), now offered by the Epidemiology division of the Health Research and Policy Department at Stanford School of Medicine. In this session, professors Popat and Sainani: -Introduce current research and emerging trends in ...
In this webinar, Stanford Professor Bill Burnett will take a deeper look into creativity, including the current neuroscience that attempts to explain creativity, what blocks individuals from being creative, and how you can become more confident in your creativity. This presentation gives you a taste of what will be taught ...
One of the challenges for patients with rare diseases is the lack of local data to use for analysis. As a result, patients are having to rely on 3rd party facilities to carry out the computations based on data collected around the globe. But due to patient privacy concerns, as ...
Speaker: Jen Pan, Stanford University The speaker examines how the Chinese regime controls information online and how the government engages in censorship. The government uses different types of filters to control what content is viewed by the public and what content is removed and unseen. "Internet commentators" are prominent players ...
Speaker: Steven Pu The vast majority of IoT investments have been investments in hardware infrastructure. Some of the key obstacles involved with IoT and data sharing include data security, vendor risk, and high cost. Breaking the barriers with data sharing, will create more data sharing among consumers and will help ...
Speakers: Rikin Gandhi, Radhika Shah This talk focuses on the challenges social entrepreneurs have worked on, such as scaling and change adaptation. Social change frames the global normative framework and tech becomes a major player in the global economy, as it becomes a game-changer both positively and negatively. The younger ...
The high-tech industry is booming in Asian countries, with many leading new, innovative technologies and startups that place them high in the tech industry and competitive markets, such as TechGrind. Some challenges faced along the way include lack of technical skills and expertise, lack of credible mentorship in international businesses, ...
Speaker: Ethan Fast Computers are more integrated into our lives and society as time goes by yet they still don't understand many of the human actions that surround them. To make progress, we need systems that deeply understand people and capture human experience through humans' daily activities, whether simple or ...
Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Speaker: Steve Vassallo, Foundation Capital Entrepreneurial thought is an important aspect of acting as a leader and understanding user experience to launch successful products. Vassallo talks about his experience juggling product design and studying user experience to focus on a user-centered design to turn what started as ...