Craig Gentry (b. /73) is an American computer scientist. He is best known for his work in cryptography, specifically fully homomorphic encryption. In Fully Homomorphic Encryption Using Ideal Lattices. Craig Gentry. Stanford University and IBM Watson [email protected] ABSTRACT. List of computer science publications by Craig Gentry. (Leveled) fully homomorphic encryption without bootstrapping. ITCS [c43]. view.
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Wireless Personal Communications 29 Structure and Randomness in Encrypted Computation. Unlike commonly-used cryptosystems like RSA and elliptic-curve cryptography, lattice-based cryptosystems cannot feasibly as far as we know be broken by quantum computers.
Security Protocols Workshop Computing on the Edge of Chaos: IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy for the “Pinocchio” workEurocrypt for the cryptographic multilinear maps workCrypto for work in lattice-based cryptography encryltion, and FOCS for an identity-based encryption scheme.
Better Bootstrapping in Fully Homomorphic Encryption. Public Key Cryptography 2 InCraig with Shai and Sanjam Garg, then a postdoc at IBM also constructed the first cryptographic multilinear map scheme, a cryptographic tool that is in some ways even more powerful than FHE. Cryptanalyzing multilinear maps without encodings of zero. Password authenticated key exchange using hidden smooth subgroups.
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Fully Homomorphic Encryption without Bootstrapping. He also has a law degree from Harvard Law School. MacKenzieZulfikar Ramzan: Fully homomorphic encryption using ideal lattices. Secure Distributed Human Computation.
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Leveled fully homomorphic encryption without bootstrapping. Adaptive Security in Broadcast Encryption Systems. Craig GentryAllison B.
Craig GentryBrent Waters: LewkoBrent Waters: InCraig constructed the first fully homomorphic encryption FHE scheme, which allows data to be processed in arbitrarily complex ways while it remains encrypted, solving a major open problem that had been unsolved for 30 years.
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cragi Unlike FHE, cryptographic multilinear maps and cryptographic program obfuscation are currently too slow to be feasibly implemented and their in security is not well-understood; this remains an active area of theoretical research.
Nearly Practical Verifiable Computation. Separating succinct non-interactive arguments from all falsifiable assumptions. Craig GentryKenny A.
Fully Homomorphic Encryption with Polylog Overhead. Homomorphic Encryption from Learning with Errors: Fully Homomorphic Encryption over the Integers. Journal of Computer Security 21 5: Craig GentryShai Halevi: Computing arbitrary functions of encrypted data.
Witness Encryption and its Applications. The LLL Algorithm The NSA cited this as a reason to begin transitioning to lattice-based cryptosystems, or to other “post-quantum” cryptosystems. LewkoAmit SahaiBrent Waters: Outsourcing Computation to Untrusted Workers. Computing on Encrypted Data.
Craig Gentry (computer scientist)
The Case of Logistic Regression. Hiding secrets in software: FHE allows data processing to be outsourced e. Computing on the edge of chaos: