Infoscience

Working paper

Scalable and Secure Aggregation in Distributed Networks

We consider the problem of computing an aggregation function in a secure and scalable way. Whereas previous distributed solutions with similar security guarantees have a communication cost of $O(n^3)$, we present a distributed protocol that requires only a communication complexity of $O(n\log^3 n)$, which we prove is near-optimal. Our protocol ensures perfect security against a computationally-bounded adversary, tolerates $(1/2-\epsilon)n$ malicious nodes for any constant $1/2 > \epsilon > 0$ (not depending on $n$), and outputs the exact value of the aggregated function with high probability.

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    • EPFL-WORKING-208765

    Record created on 2015-06-01, modified on 2016-08-09

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