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Title: Criptografía y Cine: De la libreta de Turing a la pantalla ¿Como ve el cine la criptografía?
Author: Magán Parro, Roberto
Tutor: Páez Reyes, Rafael
Others: Isern-Deya, Andreu Pere  
Abstract: Cryptography, which was born more as a craft or artistic work than as a science, has gained special importance nowadays, mainly due to the exceptional expansion experienced by communications, activities and transactions based on electronic mechanisms and devices. Never before in our history have interactions, both personal and professional, economic and commercial, been so numerous, complex and common, nor have they entailed so many risks to privacy and confidentiality. Along with the multiple opportunities that this interconnection and transit of information offers us, threats have also flourished, of course. And with them the need to preserve the privacy, confidentiality, and integrity of both the channels and the information that passes through them. Cinema, an art that was born with the aim of capturing and preserving the reality that surrounds us, could not fail to use cryptography in its discourse, either as a tool or a set, or as a secondary or main interpreter. The objective of this work is to analyze how this discipline has been reflected in the cinema and how correctly it has been.
Keywords: cinema
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/masterThesis
Issue Date: Jun-2023
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