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NTT Research CIS Lab To Showcase Research Breakthroughs At Crypto 2021

CIS Lab Lab Cryptographers Involved in 18 Papers at Flagship Conference

NTT Research, Inc., a division of NTT, announced that members of its Cryptography & Information Security (CIS) Lab authored or co-authored 18 papers that are being delivered at Crypto 2021, one of the leading international conferences on cryptologic research. Organized by the International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR), this year’s event will take place virtually August 16-20 and feature 2 invited talks, 26 sessions and more than 100 papers. The proceedings of Crypto 2021, the 41st Annual International Cryptology Conference, will be published by Springer in its Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series. NTT Research is one of two gold-level sponsors of this year’s event.

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“Hidden Cosets and Applications to Unclonable Cryptography”

The IACR this year called for papers on “any cryptographic topic, including but not limited to foundational theory and mathematics; the design, proposal and analysis of cryptographic primitives and protocols; secure implementation and optimization in hardware or software; and applied aspects of cryptography.” A program committee consisting of more than 50 academics evaluated the submissions and grouped the accepted papers into 15 general topics. The accepted papers associated with CIS Lab scientists fell into the following categories: signatures, multi-party computation (MPC), quantum cryptography, codes and extractors, secret sharing, zero-knowledge proofs, encryption++, lattice cryptanalysis, foundations and protocols. The largest number of papers at this year’s event address MPC, which provides ways of performing computing on encrypted data.

“We are very pleased to support this scientific organization and trust that Crypto 2021 will be a fruitful exchange of new insights into current and enduring cryptologic challenges,” said Kazuhiro Gomi, NTT Research President and CEO. “Very best wishes to all presenters at this year’s event.”

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