Stealth Awarded Contract for DARPA SIEVE Seedling

As part of a seedling project of our WIZKIT efforts under the SIEVE program, Stealth has received additional funding to pursue technology targeting zero-knowledge applications within the healthcare sector.  Namely, cryptographic tools such as ZK and MPC can be employed to link and aggregate health records from multiple hospitals, allowing for their joint analysis while keeping individual records at their site of origin.   Through our efforts on this seedling (named “Catalyst“), Stealth will develop tools to support third-party auditability, and then demonstrate the viability of the resulting technology testing it in a real-world deployment.  By providing an auditable private aggregation platform, the long-term goal of our efforts on Catalyst will be to allow improvements to health outcomes by providing rapid health monitoring while keeping a high level of security for patients’ information.