Benny Pinkas is a professor at Bar Ilan University. He received his PhD from the Weizmann Institute in 2000. He has previously worked in the research labs of Intertrust Technologies, Hewlett-Packard, and Google. His main research areas are cryptography, computer security and privacy, with a focus on secure computation. Prof, Pinkas has published over 60 highly cited academic publications and 26 US patents.
MPC Beyond the Generic Model - Private Intersection Analytics
Effective data analysis often depends on data that is known to different sources, including private data whose owners cannot disclose. The task at hand is to perform effective analysis of the data while preserving its privacy. This talk will describe efficient cryptographic protocols, some of them based on variants of private set intersection (PSI), that can be applied to perform private analysis of data.