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Major Brazilian Bank Tests Homomorphic Encryption on Financial Data
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David.Sanders.Haystax
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3/23/2020 | 4:55:23 PM
Re: Picking the best tool for the right job
Great article on an instersting topic. Thanks.

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1/24/2020 | 4:25:45 PM
Picking the best tool for the right job
Thank you for this terrific post and explanation of homomorphic encryption. It's great we have a growing number of methodologies at hand beyond basic encryption, masking, and tokenization to control access to data. Honestly, if you think about how AI prefers numeric over categorial information, ideas like homomorphic encryption make perfect sense as a means of predicting outcomes sans Personally identifiable information (PII). 

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1/15/2020 | 5:27:22 AM
Re: Wonderful post on encryption
Agreed. This a really great post. I'm still a newbie on this suject but I learned a lot.
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1/12/2020 | 11:48:36 PM
Wonderful post on encryption
Thank you for the amazing post on encryption. I came to know about homomorphic encryption. I understood the importance of financial data.


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