New Applications of Zero-Knowledge Proofs

New Applications of Zero-Knowledge Proofs

Cybersecurity Seminars Online seminar
Wednesday, 17 November 2021
12 pm - 1 pm (AEDT)
Free

Zero-knowledge proofs have recently seen significant deployment and interest in the blockchain space. However, many of the tools motivated by blockchain applications have other security applications as well. This talk will discuss 3 recent papers, all of which are proposing new applications for zero-knowledge proofs outside of blockchains: zero-knowledge middleboxes, client-auditable verifiable registries, and short-lived proofs.

About the speaker

Joseph Bonneau
Associate Professor, University of Melbourne

Joseph Bonneau is an Associate Professor at the University of Melbourne. He works on applied cryptography and computer security. He is a co-author of the textbook Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Technologies. He earned his doctorate from Cambridge University and completed post-doctoral fellowships at Princeton University and Stanford University.

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