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EE Talk: The Role of Privacy-Preserving Computation Frameworks Enabling Cooperation in Business and Legal Contracts
November 9, 2023 @ 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM IST
Title: The Role of Privacy-Preserving Computation Frameworks Enabling Cooperation in Business and Legal Contracts
Abstract: Collaborative data analytics and the usage of advanced software controls are core elements for transformation of the industrial systems and automotive systems of today to future ‘smart’ manufacturing and mobility. In many scenarios within Industry 4.0 systems, innovation is limited due to data being siloed between competing business organizations or entities in an organization. Similarly, the concern for lack of sufficient protection mechanisms limit several transformations within the mobility/automotive domain. Effective protection mechanisms can enable the usage of data sources without the loss of competitive edge and software controls without the fear of misuse. While modification of traditional IT security methods have been actively proposed for these domains, we argue these are typically insufficient. In this talk, we discuss the role of privacy-preserving computation frameworks as a technical supplement to business and legal contracts to enable cooperation. Additionally, we highlight constraints for these systems (with a focus on automotive) that make the use of traditional methods challenging.
Speaker: Shalabh Jain is a Senior Research Scientist with the Security and Privacy group at the Bosch Research and Technology Center in Pittsburgh. Prior to joining Bosch Research he worked as a hardware engineer for Texas Instruments. He has been actively working in the domain of security and privacy for automotive systems, cloud systems, Industry 4.0 and IoT networks. He is an associate at the Carnegie Bosch Institute and responsible for mentoring postdoctoral fellows in the domain security and privacy. He is a privacy evangelist within Bosch, co-founding the Privacy Engineering Guild and organizing the annual Bosch Privacy Engineering Summit. Additionally, he is the North America representative for Open Bosch Research, working on establishing collaborations between startups and Bosch Corporate Research. He leads the Pittsburgh chapter of Automotive Security Research Group (ASRG), a non-profit organization for building the next generation of security experts in the automotive domain. He is He received his PhD and masters from University of Maryland, College Park and his Bachelors degree from IIT Roorkee.
Venue and Time: EE 1st floor, MMCR, 9th November, Thursday 4 PM – 5 PM