25 Oct '15, 5pm

How to Compute With Data You Can’t See (CryptDB and Mylar) - IEEE Spectrum

The same should apply, of course, to any number of people who’ve chosen to share their information with this doctor—perhaps it’s everyone in the database. Indeed, allowing a doctor access to everyone’s data would be a prerequisite for answering many important questions. For instance, the doctor might want to search all the data stored on the cloud medical application to look for people with a rare disease. The search request she sends to the Web application would contain an encrypted keyword corresponding to the name of that disease. CryptDB could handle that request if all the data were encrypted with the same cryptographic key. The problem, of course, is that different people’s records will inevitably be encrypted with different keys, so searching through the whole set is normally impossible.

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