Describe the issue in the chosen topical area from a public administration perspective.Properly identify the context of the issue as related to a model of federalism.Part 2: Background and DefinitionDefine the focus of your analysis of the issue in terms of involvement of the state legislature or courts.Include any relevant ethical, diversity, and equity concerns related to your topical area.Incorporate research from literature and public source material (GAO, OMB, et cetera).Part 3: Identification and Application of Theoretical FrameworkAlign the theoretical framework with the topical area within the proper realm of public administration.Identify the key manner in which this alignment informs the nature of the topic to the interaction with the theoretical framework.Analyze how the chosen theoretical framework is used within its topical area.Apply the theoretical framework effectively to its topical area.Identify areas of concern as directed by interactions with the topical area.Provide insight into how the theory informed the practice.Provide direction for approaching the topical area in a meaningful way.Evaluate the impact of the theoretical framework on the chosen topical area.Describe how measured outcomes are being received—is there proper classification, or are there related expenditures?Identify any larger issues that could be mitigated by training.
Elliptic curve cryptography was purposed in mid 1980’s which uses sloping curves instead of using large prime numbers as in case of RSA. It is asymmetric cryptographic algorithm which is also referred to as public key cryptography and one of merit of elliptic curve cryptography is the shorter size of key length to provide nearly same level of security as other public key cryptography systems. Elliptic curve cryptography gives high speed implementation using less power and bandwidth which is concerning factor in case of embedded devices or other lightweight applications. figure: Elliptic curve cryptography source: adapted from international journal of CS&IT (IJCSIT, vol3, no. 3, june 2011) CURRENT AND FUTURE TRENDS WITH CHALLENGES Today the changing demands of the users and industries replaces most of the wired and large scale systems with embedded systems consisting of micro controllers for the communication and informational purposes and all these changes required certain security for the reliable and secure operations. The resultant for securing of embedded systems and networks with tiny computing low power devices is light weight cryptography. Lightweight cryptography can become the important component for IOT as with increasing demand for internet in simple and small devices also for remote purposes. The tiny computing devices are in routinely use in daily routine use like RFID’s tag and also these form an integral part of pervasive communication. The challenges may be varied depending on the application area and the hardware and software specifications. In future the deployment of hardware optimized block and stream ciphers can be proposed for security of resource constrained devices without compromising it. The basics is always to include less gate equivalents and robust and less cycles instruction codes. There are problems related to chip power and area usage in specific application like RFID tags memory leaks, modications and formatting them. These challenges should be considered while using cryptography in resource restricted devices.>GET ANSWER Let’s block ads! (Why?)