Privacy and Verifiability in Certificate Transparency
Sarah Meiklejohn (UCL) will discuss efficient solutions for verifiability and the difficulties of achieving privacy-preserving auditing.
This event takes place online.
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Privacy and Verifiability in Certificate Transparency—Sarah Meiklejohn (University College London, UCL)
In recent years, there has been increasing recognition of the benefits of having services provide auditable logs of data, as demonstrated by the deployment of Certificate Transparency and the development of other transparency projects. Despite their success, extending the current form of these projects can yield improved guarantees in terms of verifiability, efficiency, and privacy.
This talk touches on these considerations by discussing efficient solutions for verifiability, in the form of a gossip protocol and a new verifiable data structure, and the difficulties of achieving privacy-preserving auditing.
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About the Lecture Series
This year, the ViSP is launching the Distinguished Lecture Series with internationally renowned researchers from the field of Security & Privacy. They will be invited to give a lecture every month.
ViSP, the Vienna Cybersecurity and Privacy Research Center, consists of researchers from IST Austria, TU Wien and Uni Wien. With these three institutes, Vienna offers an exceptional degree of excellence for research in the area of Security and Privacy. The mission of ViSP is to unlock the true potential of the location by fostering collaborations between different institutes in Vienna. This collaboration strives to do impactful research and advance state of the art, securing Vienna’s pioneer role in the research in Security and Privacy.