All Posts

Search results for 'kamara'

RSS feed of search results for 'kamara'

11 entries found

Last update on .

Kamara's Work On Searchable Encryption Is The 35th Most-Cited Security Paper Since 1981

Click the link that follows for more Brown CS content about Seny Kamara

Professor Konrad Rieck of Technische Universität Braunschweig has released a list of Influential Security Papers, and research ("Searchable Symmetric Encryption: Improved Definitions and Efficient Constructions") from Professor Seny Kamara of Brown University's Department of Computer Science (Brown CS) has earned the ...

Last update on .

Kamara And Papamanthou's Work Is #10 For Citations In Security Research From 2012

Click the links that follow for more Brown CS content about Seny Kamara and Charalampos Papamanthou

Professor Konrad Rieck of Technische Universität Braunschweig has just released a list of Influential Security Papers, and research from Brown CS Professor Seny Kamara and alum Charalampos Papamanthou ("Dynamic Searchable Symmetric Encryption"), co-authored with Tom Roeder (now at Google ...

Last update on .

Seny Kamara Discusses His Role On A New NAS Committee

by Kevin Stacey (Science News Officer, Physical Sciences)

Privacy advocates see the increasing use of encryption to protect online communications from hackers and unlawful surveillance as an unequivocally good thing. But it raises concerns among law enforcement and intelligence agencies that they might not be able to access information even when they have the legal ...

Last update on .

Esha Ghosh And Tarik Moataz Have Been Chosen For The 2017 IEEE Security And Privacy Student Program Committee

As our doctoral students develop expertise and establish themselves in their research areas, a significant marker of achievement is to be invited to review papers for leading conferences. A premier forum for computer security and electronic privacy, the 38th IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (IEEE S+P), will be held from May 22-24, 2017 ...

Last update on .

Seny Kamara Has Been Appointed To An NAS Committee On Law Enforcement And Encryption

Less than a semester after his arrival at Brown University's Department of Computer Science (Brown CS), Associate Professor Seny Kamara continues to distinguish himself as a thought leader in the areas of cryptography and security. Recently chosen as a Michael Dukakis Leadership Fellow by the Boston Global Forum, he's now been appointed to ...

Last update on .

Seny Kamara Has Been Chosen As A Boston Global Forum Dukakis Fellow

Boston Global Forum has honored Associate Professor Seny Kamara of Brown University's Department of Computer Science (Brown CS) as an emerging thought leader and also given him a shared platform to continue his work on a global level by awarding him a Michael Dukakis Leadership Fellowship. Boston Global Forum is an independent organization founded ...

Last update on .

Recent Accomplishments By Brown CS Faculty

Recently, members of the Brown CS faculty have made historic contributions to global cybersecurity and nuclear non-proliferation, launched a world-class virtual reality environment, played a major role in the expansion of K-12 computer science education, and received honors from sources as diverse as Wired UK's "Women Who Changed Science In 2015" and the American ...

Last update on .

Seny Kamara's Invited Talk On Encrypted Search At A Recent CCC Workshop Previews His Fall 2016 Teaching

Last month, Associate Professor Seny Kamara of Brown University's Computer Science Department (Brown CS) delivered an invited talk ("Encrypted Search: From Theory to Practice") at the Computing Community Consortium (CCC)'s Computing Research: Addressing National Priorities and Societal Needs workshop. Held in Washington, DC, the event was a "research visioning" workshop to imagine, discuss ...

Last update on .

Seny Kamara Shares His Thoughts On Mainstream Email Encryption In Motherboard

Email encryption has been available for more than two decades, but providing the layperson with access to secure email (now much in demand in the wake of the Edward Snowden revelations) has proven difficult. How will it work? Despite multiple years of effort from Yahoo, Google, and others, various issues, including public-key authentication and usability ...

Last update on .

Seny Kamara Comments On A Proposed Signing Key Solution In The Wake Of The Apple/FBI Controversy

Weeks after Apple's refusal to unlock the iPhone of an accused perpetrator of the 2015 San Bernardino massacre, public debate about surveillance, privacy, and encryption continues. As solutions are proposed, faculty members from Brown University's Department of Computer Science (Brown CS) have been repeatedly asked for comment. This time, MIT Technology Review has ...