What’s New in HPC Research: Quantum Cryptography, Radiation Damage, Human Settlements & More

In this bimonthly feature, HPCwire highlights newly published research in the high-performance computing community and related domains. From parallel programming to exascale to quantum computin

By Oliver Peckham

Trovares Drives Memory-Driven, Property Graph Analytics Strategy with HPE

Trovares, a high performance property graph analytics company, has partnered with HPE and its Superdome Flex memory-driven servers on a cybersecurity capability the companies say “routinely”

By Doug Black

IDAS: ‘Automagic’ HPC With Training Wheels

High-performance computing (HPC) for research is notorious for having steep barriers to entry. For this reason, high-tech disciplines were early adopters, have used the most cycles and typically

By Elizabeth Leake

DDN Launches EXA5 for AI, Big Data, HPC Workloads

DDN, for two decades competing at the headwaters of high performance storage, this morning announced an enterprise-oriented end-to-end high performance storage and data management for AI, big dat

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FPGAs’ Reputation for Security May Belie Vulnerability in Cloud

June 7, 2019

Thanks to their flexibility, field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) are often a first choice during system development – however, a new report by scientists f Read more…

By Oliver Peckham

Combining Machine Learning and Supercomputing to Ferret out Phishing Attacks

May 23, 2019

The relentless ingenuity that drives cyber hacking is a global engine that knows no rest. Anyone with a laptop and run-of-the-mill computer smarts can buy or re Read more…

By Doug Black

CERN Viewpoint: Computer Security vs Academic Freedom

April 29, 2019

The mandate of the CERN Computer Security Team is simple: to protect the reputation and operations of the Organization from cyber risks. But this simple sentenc Read more…

By Stefan Lueders, CERN Computer Security Officer

Startup Trovares Brings HPC to Graph Analytics

April 16, 2019

A startup launched by HPC veterans is combining supercomputers and graph analytics to forge a new suite of tools for applications ranging from cyber security to Read more…

By George Leopold

The Internet of Criminal Things—Trust in the Gods but Verify!

February 20, 2019

“Are we under attack?” asked Professor Elmarie Biermann of the Cyber Security Institute during the recent South African Centre for High Performance Computin Read more…

By Elizabeth Leake, STEM-Trek

Supermicro: Investigation Shows No Motherboard Hack

December 12, 2018

Supermicro, the subject of media reports two months ago alleging that spies in China hacked Supermicro servers widely distributed throughout the U.S. technology supply chain, has followed up its initial vehement denials with a letter sent yesterday to customers stating a third party investigations firm had “found absolutely no evidence of malicious hardware on our motherboards.” Read more…

By Doug Black

Clemson’s Cautionary Cryptomining Tale

December 11, 2018

In some ways, the bigger the computer, the more vulnerable it is to cryptomining as Clemson University discovered after cryptominers dug into its Palmetto super Read more…

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Russia Boasts Compact Deploy-Anywhere Supercomputer

November 23, 2018

Russia's Ruselectronics Group, part of the state-owned Rostec corporation, has purportedly developed a compact "supercomputer" for defense applications with 2.2 Read more…

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