Organizing Video Clips for an Online Course

 I've signed on to do a Coursera online course on cloud security. I'll share more details as production progresses. This post contains a few notes on organizing video clips for a large project. The video almost always consists of two synchronized streams: one of my bearded face narrating the video and the other of animated images,... Continue Reading →

Cryptosmith Video Series #1 through #15

I have posted the fifteenth video in the Cryptosmith Series on practical basic cryptography. The video collection falls into three parts: the network crypto introduction, the DVD example, and the public-key certificate discussion. There are also updates to other series videos. They now use the acronym "SSL" a lot more, since people recognize it more often than "TLS."... Continue Reading →

Cryptosmith Video Series

The Cryptosmith video series uses animation to explain well-known crypto techniques. This should help more people understand crypto technology. This is particularly important as people rely more and more on mobile and Internet security mechanisms. Aside from protecting online commerce and financial activities, many professionals are realizing that their daily activities require strong protection. [UPDATE:... Continue Reading →

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