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IBM announces homomorphic encryption toolkit for Linux
IBM claims to have developed a new fully homomorphic encryption toolkit for Linux, which is available on GitHub for public use.
IBM said the new technology would provide the ability to protect and process data simultaneously by Linux distributions that run on IBM Z and x86 architectures.
It said the technology, initially suggested by mathematicians in the 1970s and first demonstrated in 2009, provided a different way to protect data privacy.
IBM's Flavio Bergamaschi and Eli Dow said in a note accompanying the announcement that so far it had not been possible to keep data protected and processed at the same time.