Enhancing Privacy with Homomorphic Encryption – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 232

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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Dr. Kurt Rohloff, CTO and co-founder of Duality Technologies, joins host Jake Smith to talk about homomorphic encryption, which allows organizations to run analytics on sensitive data without having full access to the data itself. Kurt goes into detail about a project with the National Institute of Health that allowed cancer researchers to confidentially aggregate patient data for analysis, allowing researchers to develop new detection models while protecting patient privacy. Kurt also talks about the benefits of homomorphic encryption for financial organizations and the importance of regulatory compliance. The two discuss the value of the security features in the latest 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors and the future of open standards and security.

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