Secure and Private Outsourcing to Untrusted Cloud Servers
Shumiao Wang - Purdue University
Jan 29, 2014Size: 161.4MB
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AbstractStorage and computation outsourcing to cloud servers has become very popular due to the large volume of data that needs to be hosted at cloud servers and the intent to employ servers to perform computational work for clients. However, many clients are still reluctant to do so due to their concern for the confidentiality of the data. In this talk, I will present our work on developing secure protocols to outsource several kinds of computation without leaking the clients' data to the cloud servers, including outsourcing feature extraction of images, generalized matrix multiplication, etc.
About the SpeakerShumiao Wang is a Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science Department, Purdue University. She joined the CS department in 2010, received her MS in CS in 2012, and has been working with Prof. Mikhail Atallah on several research projects in the cloud outsourcing setting. Her research interests are primarily in information security, and also include algorithms and computer vision, and her thesis work is on designing protocols for secure computation and/or storage outsourcing.
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