Help Net Security: Maximizing data privacy: Making sensitive data secure by default

In this post for Help Net Security, Anjuna CEO and Co-founder Ayal Yogev explores the privacy and security of sensitive data, such as contact tracing for COVID-19. He proposes, "What if data and applications could be secure by default—so that data could be collected, stored, and results delivered without exposing the actual data to anyone except the people involved?"

He explains how the Confidential Computing Consortium, a group of cloud and software vendors, is working to make the hardware-level technology a reality. Read the full article here.   

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