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DPL Reading List – October 4, 2019


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Each Friday, we share a curated list of articles we found during the past week. Here’s the list of the new and interesting ones we found this week. If there’s an article we didn’t include and you think we should read, let us know in the comments below.

The Future of Account Security: A World Without Passwords? – Some forward movement has been made on passwordless solutions, but some believe it is time to find another way to verify our identities as the number of passwords we’re managing increases.

Making the Ultimate Software Sandbox – This piece of code uses security features in Intel CPUs to sandbox encrypted data and allow computation on that data without requiring that either the software or the hardware (other than the CPU) be secure or trusted.

Why Reading Poetry Can Make You a Better Leader – Reading poetry can provide benefits to business people and entrepreneurs, according to author Clare Morgan. This is definitely a very interesting concept.

Before you agree to any app’s Terms of Service, check this site – This developer and designer from Madrid has created a system that grades privacy policies of many of the sites we use every day and highlights the worst parts of them.

Entrepreneurs Who Sleep More Are Better at Spotting Good Ideas – A new study challenges the notion that minimal sleep should be a badge of honor for entrepreneurs. Instead, it shows sleep as an early-stage aid to effectively evaluate business opportunities. Sleep at the right time tends to improve outcomes.

Quantum-Safe Cryptography: The Time to Prepare Is Now – We shared an article last week about Google’s quantum computer. While this type of computing offers benefits, it may also bring with it a risk to our encryption. How will the security industry respond?

Augmented Reality is making industrial work more productive – AR doesn’t have to be just fun and games. This new app uses augmented reality as an interactive operations manual.

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