Fully Homomorphic Encryption

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Fully Homomorphic Encryption (FME) refers to a process to analyze data while it is encrypted (called “ciphertexts”). Like Differential Privacy, the FHE process must introduce noise to prevent information associated with a second data set being linked to the encrypted data set, which could enable unauthorized decryption.

The increase in computation cost and increase in processing latency has made FME applications prohibitive for scaled data processing and especially for real-time decisioning.

See Also

Differential Privacy

Multi-party Computation