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Methods for Solving Abstract Equations with Secret Parameters Using External Computer

EasyChair Preprint no. 6706

7 pagesDate: September 27, 2021


In this paper we investigate methods for solving abstract equations with secret parameters using external computer. As a rule, standard cryptographic protocols are used to ensure the security of client-server communications. These cryptographic methods are effective for big data storage tasks, but are not always acceptable for secure information processing tasks. For example, the well-known mathematical methods of homomorphic encryption still have no practical application due to the huge computational costs on the client side. Therefore, along with classical cryptographic methods, it is necessary to use alternative methods and technologies for protecting information. Our problem can be described as follows. We will assume that a "client" is an entity who wishes to secure use an insecure server to solve some computationally-complex problem, that is, the client wishes to secure process big data on the server. As a server a supercomputer can be used, which is feasible for the implementation of this computationally-complex task. Formally, the server is simultaneously an adversary, and the data sent to it represents a computationally-complex problem that it must solve in encrypted form.

Keyphrases: Big Data, Cloud Computing, Information Security, Internet of Things, Secure Outsourcing

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  author = {Yerzhan Seitkulov and Seilkhan Boranbayev and Dina Satybaldina and Askar Boranbayev},
  title = {Methods for Solving Abstract Equations with Secret Parameters Using External Computer},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 6706},

  year = {EasyChair, 2021}}
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