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Trust management systems often use registries to authenticate data, or form trust decisions. Examples are revocation registries and trust status lists.
Offline-verifiable Data from Distributed Ledger-based Registries
Digital identities play a vital role in an increasingly digital world. These identities often rely on central authorities to issue and manage them.
Privacy-Preserving eID Derivation to Self-Sovereign Identity Systems with Offline Revocation
In the recent years, many research lines on Functional Encryption (FE) have been suggested and studied regarding the functionality, security, or efficiency.
Efficient Lattice-Based Inner-Product Functional Encryption
The KRAKEN project aims to enable the sharing, brokerage, and trading of personal data including sensitive data (e.g., educational and health records and wellbeing data from wea
KRAKEN: A Secure, Trusted, Regulatory-Compliant, and Privacy-Preserving Data Sharing Platform
Personal data is an attractive source of insights for a diverse field of research and business. While our data is highly valuable, it is often privacy-sensitive.
YOU SHALL NOT COMPUTE on my Data: Access Policies for Privacy-Preserving Data Marketplaces and an Implementation for a Distributed Market using MPC
Quasi-adaptive non-interactive zero-knowledge (QA-NIZK) arguments are NIZK arguments where the common reference string (CRS) is allowed to depend on the language and they can be
Subversion-Resistant Quasi-adaptive NIZK and Applications to Modular Zk-SNARKs
The EU Horizon 2020 KRAKEN project is dedicated to building a trusted and secure personal data platform enabling exchange and analytics of personal data.
KRAKEN - Brokerage and Market Platform for Personal Data
Multidimensional Study on Users’ Evaluation of the KRAKEN Personal Data Sharing Platform
Updatable Trapdoor SPHFs: Modular Construction of Updatable Zero-Knowledge Arguments and More
Issuer-Hiding Attribute-Based Credentials