Red Hat Research Quarterly
About the author
Rashmi Agrawal is a PhD candidate in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Boston University. She is a member of the Integrated Circuits and System Group and is advised by Prof. Ajay Joshi. Her research interests include designing efficient architectures and co-processors for post-quantum cryptography and hardware acceleration of privacy-preserving computing using fully homomorphic encryption.
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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 […]