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Panel: PEC for Privacy and Public Auditability

April 19, 2021


Mike Rosulek - Oregon State University
Steve Lu - Stealth Software Technologies
Rafail Ostrovsky - UCLA
Luís T. A. N. Brandão - NIST/Strativia
René Peralta - NIST
Angela Robinson - NIST


Panel with the STPPA#2 invited speakers, with questions moderated by the NIST-PEC team. An informal conversation that covered the following topics: (00:02:48) stakeholders of crypto developments; (00:15:00) is technical understanding a barrier for adoption; (00:27:04) comment on good/bad use; (00:28:10) how can NIST-PEC help; (00:31:53, from audience) marketing vs. technical claims; (00:39:15, from audience) implementation difficulties/time/laws/areas; (47:20) awareness and value of privacy and verifiable magic; (57:28) final thanks.

Presented at

Special Topics on Privacy and Public Auditability (STPPA) series, event #2: April 19, 2021, by video-conference

Event Details



Parent Project

See: Privacy-Enhancing Cryptography

Related Topics

Security and Privacy: cryptography, privacy

Created April 23, 2021, Updated June 14, 2021