This page lists both workshops which are formally affiliated with the HomomorphicEncryption.org organization and other events that may be of interest to our community.
Information on the formal HomomorphicEncryption.org standards meetings can be found here on the Standards Meetings page.
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
Related Events of Interest:
Related Standards Activities
Related Academic Workshops
iDash: Annual privacy-preserving genomic computation competition.
ACS’19: Associated with Crypto, Santa Barbara CA, USA
PPML’19: Associated with Crypto, Santa Barbara CA, USA
FCA Techsprint’19: Hackathon focused on leveraging PETs such as homomorphic encryption.
SPEBD’18: associated with the 13th ARES, Hamburg, Germany