Spam Detection over Encrypted Emails with Intel SGX Emails play a pivotal role in business and everyday communication. There are millions of email messages being sent each day that contain incredibly sensitive information. This sensitive data can be easily parsed by passive attackers on an email server. Leveraging Intel’s SGX we can mitigate this problem by using enclaves. These are private regions of memory that are protected from processes running at higher privilege levels. Decrypting emails using SGX on an Encrypted mail server makes it much more difficult for passive attackers to get any useful data. On top of that this solution takes into account that sender reputation filters are not very effective since it is quite easy for an email address to be compromised. Decrypting emails via Intel SGX improves the general security of Emails on servers where it is running.
Have you had a chance to visit the 1819 Innovation hub yet? If not, you're probably not familiar with all the exciting opportunities and services the building has to offer. To some, the possibilities at 1819 can be quite overwhelming, but with the 1819 Mobile app, we make these opportunities more approachable. With our location based informational beacons and seamless check-in pre-registration process, you can skip to the front of the line and get right to work on your latest ideas and inventions. Using Apple’s Core Location services, the power of Swift, and the latest in Bluetooth low energy beacon technology, the 1819 Mobile app provides you with up to date contextual information about key locations within the University of Cincinnati’s 1819 Innovation Hub. The 1819 Mobile app ensures that you have access to the tools and information needed to succeed in your visit.
Accessible Wayfinding: McMapping Edition is route-finding web application, compliant with guidelines laid out in the Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design, that provides users with accessible routes within the Arts and Sciences building, formally known as McMicken Hall. The University of Cincinnati's recent accessibility initiative uncovered significant deficits in the campus’ overall accessibility. While this initiative has improved many elements of the university campus, it has yet to address needed improvements for those navigating inside UC’s buildings.
The McMapping wayfinding web application is designed to provide students, faculty, staff, and visitors with mobility concerns the means to navigate through the Arts and Sciences building with peace of mind. By utilizing Phaser, the application will feature visual route guidance as an individual can first, select a starting location and a target destination within the establishment. The program provides the most accessible route to that spot. In addition to accessible route guidance, authenticated users can use saved routes and notification features to quickly identify previously used routes and to help other users navigate their way to success!
A 67-year-old female presented with an abnormal complete blood count (CBC) when arriving for an angiogram. An abnormal white blood cell (WBC) differential showed 17% blasts which led her physician to have a bone marrow biopsy performed. The bone marrow aspirate smear showed an increased number of blasts and the bone marrow core biopsy revealed 90% cellularity where normal precursors were replaced by blasts. Flow cytometry and chromosome analysis results were consistent with Acute Myelomonocytic Leukemia (AMML). The patient was placed on FLAG chemotherapy until a goal of 0.9-1.0x10^9/L absolute neutrophil count is achieved, at which time a catheter will be placed to address her cardiac comorbidities. Cardiac disease and AML comorbidities are a commonly encountered issue in oncology patients. Due to this patient’s history of cardiac disease, treating her AML is more complicated in order to ensure that chemotherapy does not worsen her cardiac complications.
A strong implementation of zero-tolerance policy pushes students out of the classroom and into the world of criminal offense. Our curriculum will address these issues by equipping teachers and students alike to promote student voice in the classroom. Through bringing knowledge and creating awareness to race, class, gender, and sexuality, students will be enabled to furthermore act in a political manner for social justice.