What is confidential computing? How can you use it?

We’ve all heard about encryption in-transit and at-rest, but as organizations prepare to move their workloads to the cloud, one of the biggest challenges they face is how to process sensitive data while still keeping it private. However, when data is being processed, there hasn’t been an easy solution to keep it encrypted. Confidential computing is a breakthrough technology which encrypts data in-use – while it is being processed. It creates a future where private and encrypted services become the cloud standard.

Read Nelly Porter and Sam Lugani of Google explain what is confidential computing and how organizations can use it on Helpnet Security.

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