Hackers of the world united at UCSB this week to take part in Crypto 2010, the 30th International Cryptology Conference, in which several hundred experts from such places as Princeton, Stanford, Harvard, and Tel Aviv universities gathered to share their latest findings on all things related to computer security. Considered to be the biggest gathering of its kind, Crypto has always been held at UCSB, where Richard Kemmerer and Giovanni Vigna’s Computer Security Group has won repeated accolades for fixing electronic voting systems and other hacking victories. The program included such talks as “Universally Composable Incoercibility,” “An Efficient and Parallel Gaussian Sampler for Lattices,” and, of course, “Circular and Leakage Resilient Public-Key Encryption Under Subgroup Indistinguishability (or: Quadratic Residuosity Strikes Back).”


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