Sensitive Tuning of Large Scale CNNs for E2E Secure Prediction using Homomorphic Encryption

CoRR(2023)

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Privacy-preserving machine learning solutions have recently gained significant attention. One promising research trend is using Homomorphic Encryption (HE), a method for performing computation over encrypted data. One major challenge in this approach is training HE-friendly, encrypted or unencrypted, deep CNNs with decent accuracy. We propose a novel training method for HE-friendly models, and demonstrate it on fundamental and modern CNNs, such as ResNet and ConvNeXt. After training, we evaluate our models by running encrypted samples using HELayers SDK and proving that they yield the desired results. When running on a GPU over the ImageNet dataset, our ResNet-18/50/101 implementations take only 7, 31 and 57 minutes, respectively, which shows that this solution is practical. Furthermore, we present several insights on handling the activation functions and skip-connections under HE. Finally, we demonstrate in an unprecedented way how to perform secure zero-shot prediction using a CLIP model that we adapted to be HE-friendly.
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