This year in Curaçao, the Twenty-Second International Conference for Financial Cryptography will convene with salient topics in secure computation, blockchain, cryptocurrencies and data privacy. The Inpher R&D team and academic collaborators will present their paper on High-Precision Privacy-Preserving Real-Valued Function Evaluation in the Privacy and Data Processing track chaired by Ian Goldberg.
Other speakers include:
Yassir Nawaz, Executive Director at JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Dahlia Malkhi, Principal Researcher at VMware Research
Matthew Green, Assistant Prof. Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute