Zero Knowledge; Meeting the Growing Demand for Security and Privacy in a National Security World

Synopsis

We’re being surveilled at a massive level. Even if we trust our governments, this creates a honey-pot of information that criminals would love to get their hands on. Encryption is hard, and it’s not end-user friendly, but the tide is changing. But what if your business needs to work with the data?

This talk discusses the options for end-to-end communications encryption in web applications, as well as ways of securely and anonymously handling and distributing sensitive information between users, without allowing the raw data to give anything away.

Testimonials

I did not expect this talk to be about the *implementation* of a zero knowledge application and was pleasantly surprised. Boy Baukema
Wonderfully thought-provoking. I am beginning to try to plan out applications like the one that was described, so there was a lot to take a way, including from a conversation with you later in the day. Christopher Pitt
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Previously Presented At

International PHP Conference
Starts: 5 Jun 2018
Where: Berlin, Germany
Confoo
Starts: 9 Feb 2018
Where: Montreal, Canada
Dutch PHP Conference
Starts: 1 Jul 2017
Where: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Melbourne PHP Users Group
Starts: 16 May 2017
Where: Melbourne, Australia

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