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Silicon Angle: Confidential Computing: How Orgs Can Better Safeguard Sensitive Workloads in the Cloud

Most cloud-focused organizations host their data in multiple locations at a given time, some of which aren’t built to accommodate the sensitivity of that information.

Confidential computing aims to isolate sensitive workloads and protect them under added security layers within the overarching storage/compute infrastructure.

“At a high level, confidential computing is the ability to take any workload or piece of data, no matter how sensitive, and run it completely isolated, private and protected, essentially on any infrastructure,” said Ayal Yogev, founder and chief executive officer of Anjuna Security Inc. “That enables organizations to take any workload and move it to potentially sensitive locations, like the public cloud, where somebody else is managing your infrastructure.”

Read the full article on Silicon Angle for more.

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