Martin is a lecturer in the Information Security Group at Royal Holloway, University of London. His research is focused on all aspects of cryptography. He works on algorithms for solving the mathematical problems underlying it, on post-quantum security and fully homomorphic encryption. He also works on the cryptanalysis of deployed cryptographic protocols and implementations (SSH, TLS). He teaches applied cryptography and penetration testing.
He is also a contributor to the Sage Mathematics Software http://www.sagemath.org and many other open-source projects. He blogs at https://martinralbrecht.wordpress.com and publishes code at https://bitbucket.org/malb/ and https://github.com/malb.
Talks I've Given
Greatest Common Divisors: Attacks on RSA and Post-Quantum Security
Featuring Martin Albrecht
Martin plans to present a simple encryption scheme which unlike RSA is believed to be secure against quantum computers. For this, he will start with revisiting how RSA encryption works, why the well-known textbook RSA is insecure, how RSA fails in practice when poor random number generators are...exploration data big-o quantum-security security google-chrome algorithm