[Koji Nuida] Advanced Homomorphic Encryption for Privacy-Preserving Analysis of Huge Genomic Information

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Koji Nuida
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
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In recently promoted services for analysis of personal genomic information, security incidents may cause crucial privacy invasions. Fully homomorphic encryption, which would potentially enable analysis of such data in a securely encrypted form, is not yet efficient enough to handle huge genomic information. This project is to develop new homomorphic encryption schemes with both strong functionality and practical efficiency enough for the application, by utilizing “non-commutative groups” which is a mathematical structure completely different from the current standard cryptosystems.

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