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Homomorphic Encryption makes it possible to do computation while the data remains encrypted. Homomorphic encryption is encrypted using a public key and can only be decrypted by the respective private key. While the data is encrypted, operations can be performed on the data, which retains confidentiality, and helps organizations achieve compliance even when using untrusted environments. Homomorphism allows computation on encrypted data without decrypting. It may cost a considerable fine in compliance and have a reputation to go along with encryption.