GC@Scale: Synthesis, Optimization and Implementation of Garbled Circuits for Scalable Privacy-Preserving Computing

  • Authors:
    Siam Umar Hussain (UC/San Diego)
    Publication ID:
    Publication Type:
    Annual Review
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    Last Edit Date:
    2690.001 (University of California/San Diego)


In this presentation, we describe our accomplishments in the last one year. We outline our contributions and future directions in the three current projects: GarbledCPU- A MIPS Processor for Secure Computation in Hardware; GenMatch- Secure DNA Compatibility Testing; PriSearch-Efficient Search on Private Data.

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13–14 July 2017
Trustworthy and Secure Semiconductors and Systems (T3S) Review
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