Privacy preserving outsourced calculations with symmetric fully homomorphic encryption

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Cloud computing is a new paradigm which provides cloud storage service to manage, maintain and back up private data remotely. For privacy concerns the data is kept encrypted and made available to users on demand through cloud service provider over the internet. The legacy encryption techniques rely on sharing of keys, so service providers and end users of the cloud have exclusive rights on the data thus the secrecy may loss. Homomorphic Encryption is a significant encryption technique which allows users to perform limited arithmetic on the enciphered data without loss of privacy and security. This paper addresses a new simple and non-bootstrappable Fully Homomorphic Encryption Scheme based on matrices as symmetric keys with access control.




Umadevi, C. N., & Gopalan, N. P. (2019). Privacy preserving outsourced calculations with symmetric fully homomorphic encryption. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 8(10), 3012–3015.

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