<b>CRYPTOGRAPHY, INFORMATION THEORY, AND ERROR-CORRECTION</b> <p><b>A rich examination of the technologies supporting secure digital information transfers from respected leaders in the field</b><p>As technology continues to evolve <i>Cryptography, Information Theory, and Error-Correction: A Handbook for the 21<sup>ST</sup> Century</i> is an indispensable resource for anyone interested in the secure exchange of financial information. Identity theft, cybercrime, and other security issues have taken center stage as information becomes easier to access. Three disciplines offer solutions to these digital challenges: cryptography, information theory, and error-correction, all of which are addressed in this book.<p>This book is geared toward a broad audience. It is an excellent reference for both graduate and undergraduate students of mathematics, computer science, cybersecurity, and engineering. It is also an authoritative overview for professionals working at financial institutions, law firms, and governments who need up-to-date information to make critical decisions. The book’s discussions will be of interest to those involved in blockchains as well as those working in companies developing and applying security for new products, like self-driving cars. With its reader-friendly style and interdisciplinary emphasis this book serves as both an ideal teaching text and a tool for self-learning for IT professionals, statisticians, mathematicians, computer scientists, electrical engineers, and entrepreneurs.<p>Six new chapters cover current topics like Internet of Things security, new identities in information theory, blockchains, cryptocurrency, compression, cloud computing and storage. Increased security and applicable research in elliptic curve cryptography are also featured. The book also:<ul><li>Shares vital, new research in the field of information theory</li><li>Provides quantum cryptography updates</li><li>Includes over 350 worked examples and problems for greater understanding of ideas.</li></ul><p><i>Cryptography, Information Theory, and Error-Correction</i> guides readers in their understanding of reliable tools that can be used to store or transmit digital information safely.