What We Do

SCRiPTS specialises in privacy-preserving technologies (PP-Tech) that are computing techniques used to preserve individual’s privacy while allowing maximum value and insight to be extracted from available data. These technologies enable organisations to carry out data mining, analysis and sharing in compliance with data protection regulation enacted in various jurisdictions. PP-Tech will provide solutions and knowledge on how to best utilise data collected to benefit Singapore’s advancement towards a Smart Nation without compromising privacy.

The Centre focuses on the research, development and application of customised privacy-preserving technologies aligned with the national priorities of Singapore in the Services and Digital Economy of RIE2020. Our work is funded by a $15.3 million grant from IMDA and NRF.logos

Research Focus

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We explore the following PP-Tech with the aim of providing solutions to government and industry, adding value to the digital economy, and promoting social adoption.


Latest News

IEEE 5th Wireless-Sec 2021: Best Paper Award

The paper "3D Beamforming Based on Deep Learning for Secure Communication in 5G and Beyond Wireless Networks" by Helin Yang and Kwok-Yan Lam (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore); Jiangtian Nie (Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore); Jun Zhao (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore); Sahil Garg (École de Technologie Supérieure, Canada); Liang Xiao (Xiamen University, China); Zehui Xiong (Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore); Mohsen Guizani (Qatar University, Qatar) has been selected as a Best Paper Award (BPA) winner of IEEE  Wireless-Sec 2021. Congratulations!

OCBC Bank Head of Group Operations and Technology, Mr Lim Khiang Tong, and colleagues Mr Peter Koh and Ms Lee Yen Pheng visited SCRiPTS to engage in knowledge sharing

On 23rd Apr 2021, NTU SCRiPTS and OCBC had a fruitful discussion on how privacy-preserving technologies devised by SCRIPTS Centre can be applied to practical problems encountered by the banking sector to protect customer assets. With the rise of digital banking bringing fresh security concerns. Research and application-based privacy-preserving technologies can provide solutions to emerging risks of data breach and other present day data security issues.

PayPal and NTU to Enhance Cryptography Analysis in Singapore

PayPal and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) are collaborating to further cryptography research in Singapore. The research, proof-of-concept and resulting prototypes aim to future-proof PayPal’s security infrastructure and processes as online transactions continue to rise. Leading NTU’s efforts in this partnership is its Strategic Centre for Research in Privacy-Preserving Technologies & Systems (SCRiPTS).