A Chiplet-Based Fully Homomorphic Encryption Accelerator

A technical paper titled “CiFHER: A Chiplet-Based FHE Accelerator with a Resizable Structure” was published by researchers at Seoul National University. Abstract: "Fully homomorphic encryption (FHE) is in the spotlight as a definitive solution for privacy, but the high computational overhead of FHE poses a challenge to its practical adoption. Although prior studies have attempted to desig... » read more

Programmable HW Accelerators For BGV Fully Homomorphic Encryption In The Cloud

A technical paper titled “BASALISC: Programmable Hardware Accelerator for BGV Fully Homomorphic Encryption” was published by researchers at COSIC KU Leuven, Galois Inc., and Niobium Microsystems. Abstract: "Fully Homomorphic Encryption (FHE) allows for secure computation on encrypted data. Unfortunately, huge memory size, computational cost and bandwidth requirements limit its practic... » read more

Hardware Accelerator For Fully Homomorphic Encryption

A technical paper titled "CraterLake: A Hardware Accelerator for Efficient Unbounded Computation on Encrypted Data" was published by researchers at MIT, IBM TJ Watson, SRI International, and University of Michigan. "We present CraterLake, the first FHE accelerator that enables FHE programs of unbounded size (i.e., unbounded multiplicative depth). Such computations require very large cipherte... » read more

New Design For Trusted Data

Recently, I wrote about Fully Homomorphic Encryption (FHE from now on) which I think is going to be something big that you will hear lots about in the future. Here's the reason I think it is going to be big. The people who care the most about security, such as financial institutions, governments, and companies with huge amounts of valuable data (such as semiconductor companies, or social m... » read more