NorthSec 2022

Philippe Lamontagne

Philippe Lamontagne is a research officer in the cyber security team of the
National Research Council. He received his PhD from Université de Montréal in
2018. His areas of expertise are cryptography and quantum information. He
studies the use of quantum information for cryptographic tasks from lesser
assumptions and the provable security of cryptographic protocols against quantum
adversaries. He also has interest in the security of classical cryptography
against quantum adversaries, also known as post-quantum cryptography, and in
cryptographic solutions to privacy.

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Sessions

05-19
10:40
30min
Formalizing the right to be forgotten: law meets crypto
Philippe Lamontagne

How does the "right to be forgotten" translate into operational requirements? Regulations list requirements, but natural language is ambiguous. We explore how cryptography can help in this regard.

Privacy
Ville-Marie
05-19
11:20
30min
Privacy Block
Philippe Lamontagne, Lex Gill, Michael Geist, Andreanne Bergeron

Hosted panel discussion and Q&A.

Privacy
Ville-Marie