Monday December 16, 2019

Secret code unlocks possibility of zero-knowledge transactions

16th June, 2019
Rob Leslie, founder and chief executive of Sedicii Picture: Christian Fisher

Waterford company Sedicii has patented new technology developed by researchers at NUI Galway to reduce incidents of identity theft, impersonation and fraud resulting from identity theft.

Sedicii’s Zero-Knowledge Proof Protocol (ZKPP) technology eliminates the transmission, storage and exposure of private user data during authentication and identity verification.

“The core of it is a bit of cool cryptography that allows organisations to hold and compare information without sharing it,” said Rob Leslie, founder and...

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