Secure Distributed Computation Schemes with Applications to Digitalized Remote Healthcare

Project Details


As both devices and data become more and more distributed the need for protecting these from various kinds of malicious and non-malicious attacks becomes paramount, especially when they are being deployed in insecure and/or safety-critical environments. Trusted computing and remote attestation provide mechanisms for establishing device integrity and a trusted computing base. Private information retrieval and homomorphic encryption techniques such as secure distributed matrix multiplication provide mechanisms for ensuring the security and privacy of data. This project will investigate and develop a testbed environment demonstrating the combination of device identity and integrity with the secure processing of data in a safety-critical medical environment.
Effective start/end date01/01/202131/12/2023

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