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[liberationtech] Security Seminar Today (*in Gates 415*): Florian Kerschbaum -- An Optimizing Compiler for Secure Computations

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Thu Feb 21 14:51:23 PST 2013


From: Joe Zimmerman <jzim at cs.stanford.edu>

*Florian Kerschbaum  --  An Optimizing Compiler for Secure Computations
**
*Thursday, February 21, 2013, 4:30pm*
Gates 415* *(note unusual place)

*Abstract:

Secure multi-party computations have many applications in privacy and data
security. They can solve cross-organizational problems in supply chain
management or privacy-enhanced data analysis, such that the protection
needs of the parties are respected. Nevertheless, the development of
protocols for multi-party computation is extremely complex. Domain-specific
languages can help the programmer to implement more efficiently and
effectively. However, compilers currently produce worse results than
manually generated protocols. Program analysis and automated optimization
can remedy this problem. Based on several practical examples we show
general techniques for optimizing secure computations which can be
automatically implemented in a compiler.
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