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Secure Multiparty Computation

Posted by Gene Carter on Sep 27, 2018 10:14:00 AM

Recently, our customer, Rivetz, announced their Dual Roots of Trust solution to protect private keys in a mobile phone, even if one of the systems is compromised. The Rivetz software generates and distributes the private key between the two roots – the Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) running in ARM TrustZone and the SIM card. This means that both roots would have to be compromised in order to get the user’s private key.  Since the TEE is controlled by the phone manufacturer and the SIM is controlled by the mobile carrier, the user’s data is also protected from insider attacks or a vendor security breach.

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Topics: Blockchain, SCMS, Trusted Computing, Cryptography, Privacy, garbled circuits, secure computation, Cyber Security, Research

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