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Trusted Execution Environments — A Primary Or Secondary Security Mechanism?

Prof. Yehuda Lindell’s byline in Forbes discusses the security of trusted execution environments, and whether they can be relied upon to be a primary security perimeter.

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2020 Predictions: Technology

Prof. Yehuda Lindell was quoted in “2020 Predictions: Technology” in SC Magazine: “New methods of protection will continue to grow as blockchain/cryptocurrency becomes an increasingly attractive crime target.”

 

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Op-Ed: Quantum Computing & Crypto Agility

Prof. Yehuda Lindell discusses quantum computing and the need for crypto agility: “Crypto-agility is a good investment. Cryptosystems, key sizes, modes of operation and more change over time. This is a fact of life and will not change.”

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Op Ed: Quantum Computing, Crypto Agility and Future Readiness

The big question that still has not been answered, despite what you may have read, is whether or not such quantum computers will ever be built. I want to stress that this is still an “if” and not a “when.” The fact that small quantum computers have been built does not mean that quantum computers at the scale and accuracy needed to break cryptography will ever be built.

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Op Ed: Quantum Computing, Crypto Agility and Future Readiness

Being more crypto-agile will enable you to respond faster to such changes and to be ahead of the market when new cryptography is introduced (whether it be for classic security systems or for cryptocurrencies and blockchains). That is always a good thing!

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2020 Cybersecurity Predictions by 50+ Industry Leaders

Secure multiparty computation as a solution to protect the signing keys used to authorise transactions on blockchains will grow quickly, as this provides the best tradeoff between security and functionality, in my opinion.

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