Storing Digital Binary Data in Cellular DNA

Storing Digital Binary Data in Cellular DNA

The New Paradigm

1st Edition - August 18, 2020

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  • Author: Rocky Termanini
  • Hardcover ISBN: 9780323852227
  • eBook ISBN: 9780128234587

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Storing Digital Binary Data into Cellular DNA demonstrates how current digital information storage systems have short longevity and limited capacity, also pointing out that their production and consumption of data exceeds supply. Author Rocky Termanini explains the DNA system and how it encodes vast amounts of data, then presents information on the emergence of DNA as a storage technology for the ever-growing stream of data being produced and consumed. The book will be of interest to a range of readers looking to understand this game-changing technology, including researchers in computer science, biomedical engineers, geneticists, physicians, clinicians, law enforcement and cybersecurity experts.

Key Features

  • Presents a comprehensive reference on the fascinating and emerging technology of DNA storage
  • Helps readers understand key concepts on how DNA works as an information storage system
  • Provides readers with key information on the technologies used to work with DNA data encoding, such as CRISPR
  • Covers emerging areas of application and ethical concern, such as Smart Cities, cybercrime and cyberwarfare
  • Includes coverage of synthesizing DNA-encoded data, sequencing DNA-encoded data, and fusing DNA with Digital Immunity Ecosystems (DIE)

Readership

Graduates, PhD students and lecturers in computer science, biomedical engineering and bioinformatics, as well as scientific researchers in biomedical fields such as genetics. Corporate customers that have large data centers

Table of Contents

    1. Discovery of the book of lifedDNA
    2. The amazing human DNA system explained
    3. The miraculous anatomy of the digital immunity ecosystem
    4. Hacking DNA genesd the real nightmare
    5. The digital universe with DNAdthe magic of CRISPR
    6. Getting DNA storage on board: starting with data encoding
    7. Synthesizing DNA-encoded data
    8. Sequencing DNA-encoded data
    9. Decoding back to binary
    10. Fusing DNA with digital immunity ecosystem
    11. DNA storage heading for smart city
    12. DNA Data and Social Crime
    13. DNA data and cybercrime and cyberterrorism
    14. DNA is a time storage machine for 10,000 years
    15. DNA and religion

Product details

  • No. of pages: 482
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Academic Press 2020
  • Published: August 18, 2020
  • Imprint: Academic Press
  • Hardcover ISBN: 9780323852227
  • eBook ISBN: 9780128234587

About the Author

Rocky Termanini

Dr. Rocky Termanini, CEO of MERIT CyberSecurity Group, is a subject matter expert in IT security and brings 46 years of cross-industry experience at national and international levels. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence, from Yale University. He is the designer of the "Cognitive Early-Warning Predictive System" and "The Smart Vaccine™" which replicates the human immune system to protect the critical infrastructures against future cyber wars. Dr. Termanini spent five years in the Middle East working as a security consultant in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and the UAE. Professor Termanini’s teaching experience spans over 30 years. He taught Information Systems courses at Connecticut State University, Quinnipiac University, University of Bahrain, University College of Bahrain, Abu Dhabi University, and lectured at Zayed University in Dubai. Dr. Rocky Termanini is a senior advisor to the Department of Homeland Security and other Federal Law Enforcement agencies, as well as an advisor to the FBI on Cyber-terrorism and global malware. Dr. Termanini was the security manager of the Saudi e-Government project for the Saudi Ministry of Interior. Presently, Dr. Termanini helps companies set up cyber-security plans to protect their information assets and to monitor employee loyalty. He is a visiting professor to several universities in the Persian Gulf region, giving short courses in Digital Forensics and ethical hacking. Dr. Termanini has experience in preparing DARPA solicitations for cyber security grants and is the author of two books on Cybersecurity from CRC Press. He is the author of Storing Digital Binary Data into Cellular DNA: The New Paradigm from Elsevier Academic Press.

Affiliations and Expertise

CEO, Merit CyberSecurity Consulting, San Francisco, California, USA

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