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1. Introduction to Synaptic Laboratories Limited (2012)
2. Synaptic Labs' Annual Report Surveying the Global Cyber Safety and Security Status
3. Synaptic Labs' Annual Report Surveying Key Cyber Security Technical Problems, Drivers and Incentives
5. Link to Malta International Cyber Awareness Seminar November 2011 Videos
A. Brian Snow - Former Technical Director of the Information Assurance Directorate of the U.S. National Security Agency
B. Robert Quick - CEO, BlueLight Global Solutions
C. Synaptic Labs - IEEE KMS 2010 - Presentation 1 - Survey of symmetric key distribution techniques
D. Synaptic Labs - IEEE KMS 2010 - Presentation 2 - Synaptic Labs' global-scale Identity Management and Cryptographic Key Management Proposal
E. Synaptic Labs - On the known problems with PKI as of 2010
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