We’ve listened to a lot about cloud computing, edge computing and a variety of other forms of computing, but confidential computing is a lot less nicely recognised. As an emerging encryption model, it guarantees to provide better protection to information as it’s becoming applied, supplementing at-rest and in-transit encryption.
Guarding in opposition to attacks like memory dumps and malicious root person compromise, the enhancement of private computing is staying spearheaded by the Confidential Computing Consortium, an open-source marketplace team functioning to handle the trouble. In this week’s episode, we talk to Dr Richard Searle, senior security architect at Fortanix and basic member’s agent to the governing board of the consortium, about what the technology aims to do.
In this week’s information, we explore Apple’s choice to make its very own Mac chips and other announcements from its yearly WWDC meeting, HPE’s new software program portfolio, and the circumstance of a disgruntled ex-director who deleted all the documents in her previous employers’ Dropbox account.
- Apple abandons Intel in favour of tailor made ARM-based Mac CPUs
- WWDC 2020: Apple unveils macOS Huge Sur, iOS 14 and far more
- HPE launches Ezmeral software package portfolio – but is it just SBS in disguise?
- Businesswoman sentenced for illegally deleting enterprise information
- The potential of encryption
- Tech giants assemble to tackle cloud and information security
- What are Meltdown and Spectre and are you affected?
- A entire manual to information encryption
- What is AES encryption?
- Cloud storage: How protected are Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive, and iCloud?
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- Bonus: What’s coming up in working day two of IT Pro Dwell
- Reward: Security in aim at IT Pro Live working day three
- Reward: Fuelling innovation at IT Pro Are living day four
- Reward: IT Pro Are living goes back again to the long run
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