Red Hat Research Quarterly
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Lily Sturmann is a senior software engineer at Red Hat in the Office of the CTO in Emerging Technologies. She has primarily worked on security projects related to remote attestation, confidential computing, and securing the software supply chain.
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Fully homomorphic encryption could be a great solution for secure data sharing, if only it weren’t so slow. Could an FPGA accelerator be the answer? Protecting sensitive data from being seen or tampered with, either while it is stored or while it is in transit, has been standard for some time. This practice is especially […]
RHRQ asked Lily Sturmann, a senior software engineer at Red Hat in the Office of the CTO in Emerging Technologies, to look back at the past few years of research in the area of security and privacy research and share her perspective on the future. She has contributed frequently to the Red Hat Next blog, […]