Privacy-Preserving Applications on Smartphones

Smartphones are becoming some of the people most trusted computing devices. People use them to store highly sensitive information including email, passwords, financial accounts, and medical records. These properties make Smartphones an essential platform for privacy-preserving applications. To date, this area remains largely unexplored mainly because privacy-preserving computation protocols were thought to be too heavyweight for practical applications, even for standard desktops. The authors propose using Smartphones to perform secure multi-party computation. The limitations of Smartphones provide a number of challenges for building such applications.

Provided by: University of Vigo Topic: Security Date Added: Aug 2011 Format: PDF

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