Dr. Dave Archer (he, him) has over 35 years of R&D experience in computer architecture, data-intensive systems, secure computation, and cryptography. He serves as Principal Investigator on projects in several DARPA, IARPA, and DHS S&T programs; is an active member of the United Nations Privacy Preserving Task Team; and is a subject matter expert on privacy-preserving data sharing and related cryptographic techniques for Government and private industry.
Dr. Archer’s current research interests include secure multi-party computation, efficient zero knowledge proofs, and anti-censorship and anti-surveillance technologies.
November 3rd, 2020 | 41 mins 26 secs
Dr. David Archer of Galois discusses using zero-knowledge proof in order to prove the existence (or lack of) a software vulnerability without sharing details about the vulnerability itself.