How do we secure the seemingly infinite stream of data, public and personal, on the internet – and how do we ensure that the interactions we facilitate are safe from malice?
Cryptography is at the core of safeguarding data transmission, delivery processing and storage. It not only protects data from theft or alteration, but can also be used for user authentication. The UCLA Connection Lab is researching various facets of cryptography to ensure the integrity of the internet.
Recent advances in MPC have allowed for systems which privately compute aggregate statistics on inputs from many players. We have…