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MPC Labs

Multi-party Computation (MPC) has the potential to enable real data privacy — especially as data has become a valuable commodity in and of itself. Unbound is at the forefront of MPC research, and how MPC can enable scalable, private, and secure data processing and sharing.

Overview

Cryptographers first developed Multi-Party Computation in the 1980s as a way to allow mutually distrustful parties to perform a joint computation on their individual inputs without having to reveal their data to one another.

Unbound co-founders Prof. Yehuda Lindell and Prof. Nigel Smart are regarded to be among the world’s top minds in Multi-Party Computation. They created Unbound to capitalize on the strength of MPC and to form disruptive software solutions that pose powerful alternatives to hardware for protecting secrets and enabling trust-contingent scenarios.

About the Authors

Daniel Harel
  • Daniel Harel
    Member of the Board
James Hayward
  • James Hayward
    Member of the Board
Guy Peer
  • Guy Peer
    VP R&D, co-founder
Ohad Finkelstein
  • Ohad Finkelstein
    Member of the Board
Prof. Yehuda Lindell
  • Prof. Yehuda Lindell
  • Michael Kraitsberg
  • Valery Osheter
  • Alex Presman
  • Oz Mishli
  • George Wainblat

All Documents

Books Published
James Hayward
Tutorials on the Foundations of Cryptography (Dedicated to Oded Goldreich)
Series on Information Security and Cryptography, Springer, 2017.
Books Published
Guy Peer
Introduction to Modern Cryptography, 2nd Edition
Chapman and Hall/CRC Press, November 2014.
Books Published
Ohad Finkelstein
11th International Conference on the Theory of Cryptography
Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 8349, Springer, 2014.
Books Published
Daniel Harel
Efficient Secure Two-Party Protocols: Techniques and Constructions
Information Security and Cryptography Series, Springer-Verlag, 2010.
Books Published
Ohad Finkelstein
Introduction to Modern Cryptography
Chapman and Hall/CRC Press, August 2007.