Stealth Announces Three New Results in Secure Computation at SCN ’20
We are proud to announce three new results related to secure computation at the 2020 Security and Cryptography for Networks Conference.
As part of the PULSAR project, team members Paul Bunn (Stealth), Jonathan Katz (George Mason), Eyal Kushilevitz (Technion), and Rafail Ostrovsky (UCLA) presented their work on “Efficient 3-Party Distributed ORAM”. A link to the corresponding publication (in the conference proceedings) can be found here.
As part of the PULSAR and PANTHEON projects, Sam Dittmer (Stealth) and Rafail Ostrovsky (UCLA) presented their work on “Oblivious Tight Compaction In O(n) Time with Smaller Constant”, which can be found here.
As part of the PANTHEON project, Stealth co-founder Rafail Ostrovsky (UCLA), in collaboration with Karim Eldefrawy (SRI), Seoyeon Hwang (UCI), and Moti Yung (Columbia and Google), present their work for “Communication-Efficient (Proactive) Secure Computation for Dynamic General Adversary Structures and Dynamic Groups”, and a link to the corresponding publication can be found here.