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Privacy Enhancing Cryptography

October 29, 2020


Luís T. A. N. Brandão
Angela Robinson


Abstract: This poster outlines some of the activities of the Privacy Enhancing Cryptography project (PEC). What exactly is included in PEC? We are interested in secure multiparty computation, zero-knowledge proofs, and other fancy cryptographic techniques that have the potential to enable meaningful sharing of information while protecting privacy. The poster highlights a few examples, such as our engagement with the ZKProof standardization initiative and some thoughts on encounter metrics.

Presented at

NIST-ITL Virtual Science Day 2020 (October 29) -- Presentation over video-conference.

Joint work with René Peralta

Parent Project

See: Privacy-Enhancing Cryptography

Related Topics

Security and Privacy: cryptography, privacy

Created November 18, 2020, Updated October 18, 2021