WAHC: Workshop on Encrypted Computing & Applied Homomorphic Cryptography
The Workshop on Encrypted Computing & Applied Homomorphic Cryptography (WAHC) is an annual forum that brings together academia, government and industry to present and to discuss recent topics and developments in the area of encrypted computing.
WAHC’19: associated with 26th ACM CCS 2019, London, UK
WAHC’18: associated with 25th ACM CCS 2018, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
WAHC’17: associated with 21st Financial Crypto & Data Security, Malta
WAHC’16: associated with 20th Financial Crypto & Data Security, Barbados
WAHC’15: associated with 19th Financial Crypto & Data Security, San Juan, Puerto Rico USA
WAHC’14: associated with 18th Financial Crypto & Data Security, Barbados
WAHC’13: associated with 17th Financial Crypto & Data Security, Okinawa Japan
SPEBD: Workshop on Security and Privacy-Enhanced Big Data
The Workshop on Security and Privacy-Enhanced Big Data (SPEBD) aims to highlight emerging security and privacy challenges as enterprises continue to adopt and incorporate big data capabilities and technologies into business operations. The workshop highlights research into technologies and techniques that will mitigate these challenges. The organizers maintain that individuals and organizations need not relinquish expectations of security and privacy in order to live in a society that makes use of the power of big data analytics.
SPEBD’18: associated with the 13th ARES, Hamburg, Germany