Mohamed Layouni (#608)
Topic of his/her doctorate.
Privacy-preserving Personal Information Management
Privacy-preserving Technologies and Credentials, Private Information Retrieval, Oblivious Transfers, Zero-Knowledge, Anonymity, Public-Key Cryptography.
Year of completion
The spread of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) has transformed the way we deliver services, and has made them in general more efficient and more accessible to users. With these improvements however came new challenges. The extensive use of electronic services in our daily life, and the massive gathering of transactional data have led to serious privacy violations.
Finally, we dedicate the last part of the thesis to applying privacy preserving techniques to a real world problem. In particular, we consider the area of e-health, and provide a privacy-preserving protocol for handling prescriptions in the Belgian healthcare system.