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NIST has collaborated with the ZKProof initiative since 2019, as a way of supporting the development of open reference material on zero-knowledge proofs. This page lists some outputs of this interaction:
2019-Apr-11: Privacy-enhancing cryptography at NIST. 2nd Zkproof workshop. Berkeley, USA. [Slides; Video]
2019-Apr-11: Community Standards: a Review and Further Work on the ZKProof Track Proceedings. 2nd Zkproof workshop. Berkeley, USA.
2019-Aug-18: A perspective on standardization of advanced cryptography at NIST. 1st Workshop on Advanced Cryptography Standardization (ACS'19). Santa Barbara, USA. [Slides; Video]
2019-Oct-10: Community reference material for zero-knowledge proofs (A brief update and a call for participation). ZKProof Community Event. Amsterdam, Netherlands. [Slides; Video]
2020-May-18: Towards Version 1.0 of the ZKProof Community Reference. 3rd ZKProof Workshop — Home edition. Online. [Slides; Video]
2021-Apr-26: ZKpComRef 2021. 4th ZKProof Workshop — Home edition. Online. [Slides; Video]
2022-Nov-15: Panel: ZKProof Community Goals and Deliverables. 5th ZKProof Workshop. Tel Aviv, Israel. [Video]
(Some talks were jointly presented with other ZKProof Editors)
Security and Privacy: cryptography, privacy