Enigma Bridge encryption gets recognition – DEFCON, BlackHat, and ACM CCS

Category : crypto , enigmabridge , security , UCL

We have had a busy Summer so far. We introduced a new service for SSL certificate monitoring (keychest.net), presented at Black Hat USA, and gave a talk at DEFCON. The latest news was recognition of our cryptographic platform by reviewers of the ACM CCS conference.

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As secure as rock, paper, scissors at once – Art of Defence, Demo at DEFCON

Category : crypto , enigmabridge , UCL

A team of great people from the Security Group at UCL and our start-up Enigma Bridge designed and implemented a practical security system tolerant to severe attacks compromising all parts of the supply chain. We will present and demonstrate it at DEFCON in Las Vegas.

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The potential of multi-party signing – as secure as its STRONGEST link

Is it really possible to design an encryption system, which is as strong as its strongest link? There is never a straight “yes” answer to this question, but we are now as close as one can get.

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First BlackHat, now DEFCON: We talk “Trojan-tolerant hardware security in practice”

Category : crypto , enigmabridge , security , UCL

I have mentioned this multi-party encryption project of ours (Enigma Bridge) and University College London here earlier. If you’re planning to go to BlackHat US or DEFCON-25, come and see our talks about practical “ultra-secure” multi-party encryption for the cloud and some of the technology enabling it (Unchaining the JavaCard Ecosystem).

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Black Hat 2017 USA – OpenCrypto: Unchaining the JavaCard Ecosystem

Category : crypto , enigmabridge , UCL

We have been working with University College London (UCL) for a while and one of the results is an easy to use implementation of cryptographic functions for JavaCards. We will be briefing on this at Black Hat 2017 USA.

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