Multi-Party Computation

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Multi-Party Computation

What is Multi-Party Computation?

Secure multiparty computing, often known as MPC or SMPC, is a cryptographic technique that divides a calculation among several parties without allowing any one party to view the data of the others. Data scientists and analysts may use secure multiparty computation protocols to compliantly, securely, and discreetly compute on distributed data without ever transferring or exposing it.

Secure Multiparty Computation (MPC / SMPC) and Fully Homomorphic Encryption are two complementing encryption methods that are now in use as part of Inpher’s Secret Computing® technology (FHE).


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