Algebra and Cryptography Seminar, Fall 2014

Organizers: Robert Gilman, Delaram Kahrobaei, Alexei Myasnikov, and Vladimir Shpilrain

Fridays:

2:30-3:30 pm
Room 8405, CUNY Graduate Center
365 Fifth Avenue at 34th Street


September 12, Graduate Center: Kurt Rohloff (New Jersey Institute of Technology), Towards Practical Implementations of Fully Homomorphic Encryption
Abstract: One of the first major breakthroughs of computer science in the 21st century is the demonstration of public-key Fully Homomorphic Encryption (FHE). Unfortunately, FHE was not practical when it was discovered - it was several orders of magnitude too inefficient to be economically feasible. In this talk we will discuss how we have been accelerating the development of practical implementations of Fully Homomorphic Encryption (FHE). For the past three years, our team has succeeded in accelerating various aspects of the FHE implementation resulting in implementations of FHE schemes that have achieved multiple orders of magnitude improvement in computation. Further means of parallel software and hardware acceleration, such as for multicore and FPGA hardware, can improve the speed of computation even further by several additional orders of magnitude. This talk will review our advances in FHE, from theory, implementation and application perspectives. We discuss our design and implementations of cryptographic primitives and that can make efficient use of multi/many-core and parallel computing capabilities in both software and hardware. We also discuss ours plan to continue this research that will enable practical secure out-sourced computation for specific application domains, such as to support homomorphic encryption in resource-limited environments such as on smartphones.



 


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