Banks Begin Exploring Homomorphic Encryption Use Cases (Part 2)

Josephine Gallagher explores some of the real-life applications of homomorphic encryption in development and the main roadblocks to its adoption.

Imagine the ability to perform computations on data that, until now, had been unobtainable due to global regulatory regimes. Data privacy and protections laws—most notably the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in Europe, implemented in May 2018—enforces strict rules around data sharing and ensures that those that access personal information are authorized to do so.  But what if there was a way to unlock the value of data without actually viewing it or falling afoul of the law? Enter

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