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Settings and Considerations for Standardizing Multi-Party Threshold Schemes

November 5, 2020


Yehuda Lindell - Unbound Tech and BIU


Abstract: In this talk, we will present different commercial use cases for multiparty threshold schemes and show why these can actually be very diverse. We will then present a series of questions and considerations for standardisation based on different issues that have arisen in our work with customers and in building our products. These relate to both technical cryptographic aspects as well as to the security architecture of such solutions.

Presented at

NIST Workshop on Multi-Party Threshold Schemes (MPTS) 2020.

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Security and Privacy: cryptography

Created May 04, 2021, Updated June 07, 2021