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Research Presentation

Finalist Candidate for faculty in Computer Science & Computer Engineering Department

 Ensuring Data Confidentiality via Plausibly Deniable Encryption and Secure Deletion

Computing devices have been used broadly today to store and process sensitive or even mission critical data. Ensuring confidentiality of the sensitive data is of paramount importance, as data leaks may not only endanger the device owners’ privacy, but also violate various regulations including GDPR and Sarbanes-Oxley Act. To provide confidentiality guarantee, the data should be protected when they are present in the computing devices (i.e., confidentiality during the lifetime); and also, they should be rendered irrecoverable after they have been deleted from the devices (e.g., confidentiality after the lifetime). In this presentation, Niusen will introduce his works to ensure data confidentiality via plausibly deniable encryption and secure deletion.


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    • 11 a.m. to noon Friday, Dec. 8, 2023


    1401 Centennial Hall

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    University of Wisconsin - La Crosse Centennial Hall


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