Steve Ellis and Engineering@Syracuse

N-Krypt: The Human Element

N-Krypt: The Human Element by Steve Ellis and Engineering@Syracuse
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fiction Comic, Suspense
For readers of:Phillip K. Dick, William Gibson, Tom Clancy, Robert Ludlum
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When a mysterious group invades Ecks Corp, an employee named Sam must single-handedly investigate their hacking attempts. As Sam learns, the greatest—and hardest to prevent—threat to secure networks is the human element. Can Sam execute a rapid response to encrypt Ecks Corp’s data before it’s too late, not only for the Ecks Corp network’s safety but for his own?

About the Author

Steve Ellis is a Syracuse University alumnus and graduated with a BFA in Illustration. He has worn many hats working as an illustrator, author, art director and concept designer. Over his varied career, he has created artwork and conceived projects for companies such as Wizards of the Coast, Random House, Impact books, Marvel Comics, DC Comics, AMC, Scholastic Books, Impact books, Rogue Entertainment, Blizzard Entertainment and many others. Recently he has developed the award-winning comic series “High Moon” for DC Comics as well as acted as the lead designer, storyboard artist and illustrator on AMC’s “Breaking Bad: The Cost of Doing Business” and “The Walking Dead: Dead Reckoning” games.

-----At Syracuse University's College of Engineering and Computer Science, we have a long and proud history of preparing students to produce practical and sustainable solutions for the most important technological, scientific, and social challenges impacting the future. Through our highly interactive online degree programs, students develop the skills to address critical issues ranging from national security threats to building energy efficient systems. The College of Engineering and Computer Science prepares students to develop practical and sustainable solutions to today’s most important social and technological challenges. Our interdisciplinary, collaborative online graduate programs are specifically designed to go beyond theoretical learning so students emerge ready to apply what they have learned to address real-world needs. Our students complete an academically rigorous curriculum and learn in an online environment that mirrors the close interactions of traditional on-campus programs—without having to relocate.The online program allows students to continue working while developing new skills that they can immediately apply to their career. Students attend live, face-to-face online classes and in-person immersions that seamlessly bring the on-campus College of Engineering and Computer Science experience to life.

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