Information Leakage in Encrypted Search

Duke Privacy and Security Seminar
Speaker Name
Tarik Moataz
Date and Time
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Location
The talk will be virtual on Zoom.
Notes
The Zoom link will be emailed to CS faculty/grad students, or contact Jennifer Schmidt (jschmidt at cs.duke.edu) to request it.
Abstract

Encrypted search is the area that focuses on the design, cryptanalysis, implementation of protocols and systems that allow search operations on encrypted data. One aspect of the area that is still poorly understood is its leakage. This talk will go over some recent cryptanalytic results as well as leakage suppression -- a new research direction that focuses on designing “low-leakage” schemes.

Short Biography

Tarik Moataz is co-founder and CTO of Aroki Systems and a visiting scientist at Brown University. His research interests are in the areas of cryptography and security, with a specific focus on both the theoretical and practical aspects of encrypted search. 

Host
Johes Bater