Cryptography presented at 12th USENIX Security Symposium 2003

by Matt Blaze,

Tags: Security Cryptography

Summary : Matt Blaze's research focuses on the architecture and design of secure systems based on cryptographic techniques, analysis of secure systems against practical attack models, and on finding new cryptographic primitives and techniques. This work has led directly to several new cryptographic concepts, including "Remotely-Keyed Encryption", "Atomic Proxy Cryptography", and "Master-Key Encryption." He co-invented the notion of Trust Management and his work has led to two trust management languages, KeyNote and PolicyMaker.