IBM Research looks at future of data privacy

12/03/2021 | ZDNet

An online programme hosted by IBM Research explored how confidential computing, quantum-safe cryptography and fully homomorphic encryption will solve future data privacy concerns. IBM and AMD, together with the US National Institute of Standards and Technology post-quantum cryptography are working to address problems presented by future quantum computing, and scientists are working to improve FHE algorithms. IBM Director of Strategy & Emerging Technology Eric Maass said the challenge is “extracting the value of the data while preserving its privacy.”

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