The Realm of Confidential Computing

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Confidential computing is a cloud technology that isolates sensitive data in a protected CPU enclave as it's processed. 

Accessible only to authorised programming code, confidential computing helps protect private data and intellectual property while not worrying about the cloud as part of your attack surface. 

In this episode of the EM360 Podcast, Editor Matt Harris speaks to Ivar Wiersma, Head of Conclave, about:

  • Confidential computing and its benefits compared to other data privacy technology
  • How enclaves and trusted execution environments work
  • Why businesses need to care about this emerging technology

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