We, in Vancouver, are going to have our AGM and regular monthly meeting, online via Zoom, on September 11, 2020, between 2 pm and 4 pm, Pacific (west coast of North America Pacific) time.
(I don't know how we'll vote on the exec. Probably not by postal mail ...)
Some guy named Rob Slade will be speaking on homomorphic encryption.
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Recently security operations has become very excited about homomorphic encryption. It seems to be the latest "magic" security technology that will solve all our problems, but I don't think we've really provided a good outline of what it is, and, particularly, what it can't do.
This presentation will outline the basic concepts, note some specific forms and applications, and point out the various factors for use or consideration.
A longer outline of this talk is available at
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