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Practical Cryptography in Python

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Practical Cryptography in Python Seth James Nielson, Christopher K. Monson

Learning Correct Cryptography by Example. The interconnected world of the current era has drastically changed everything, including banking, entertainment, and even statecraft. Despite differences in users, purposes, and security profiles, these digital applications have at least one thing in common: they all require properly applied cryptography to work correctly.

Seth James Nielson is the Founder and Chief Scientist of Crimson Vista, Inc., a boutique computer security research and consulting company. He is also an adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins University where he teaches network security and has also served as the Director of Advanced Research Projects in the Information Security Institute. As part of his Hopkins work, he co-founded the https://cryptodoneright. org knowledge base, through a generous grant from Cisco. Christopher K. Monson has a PhD in machine learning and has spent over a decade at Google in various engineering, machine learning, and leadership roles. He has broad experience writing and teaching programming courses in multiple languages and has worked in document password recovery, malware detection, and large-scale secure computing. He is serving as the Chief Technology Officer at Data Machines Corp. and teaches Cloud Computing Security at the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute.

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