What is Confidential Computing and Why Should I Care?

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Mike Bursell, Co-founder, Enarx Project; David Kaplan, AMD; Ronald Perez, Intel; Jim Fister, The Decision Place

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In the "arms race" of security, new defensive tactics are always needed. One significant approach is Confidential Computing: a technology that can isolate data and execution in a secure space on a system, which takes the concept of security to new levels. This SNIA Cloud Storage Technologies Initiative (CSTI) webcast will provide an introduction and explanation of Confidential Computing and will feature a panel of industry architects responsible for defining Confidential Compute. It will be a lively conversation on topics including: • The basics of hardware-based Trusted Execution Environments (TEEs) and how they work to enable confidential computing • How to architect solutions based around TEEs • How this foundation fits with other security technologies • Adjacencies to storage technologies
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