Confidential Computing

Post Quantum Cryptography

What is the quantum risk and its impact on data security?What are the implications of data sensitivity vs time?When will quantum computing pose a threat to encryption methods?Which protocols and certificates may become vulnerable in the post-quantum era?How can enterprises prepare data security strategies for the post-quantum era?Do current cloud platforms support post-quantum algorithms?What is the concept of cryptographic agility?How does cryptographic agility impact risk management for enterprises?Why is data classification important in the context of post-quantum readiness?How does crypto agility affect disaster recovery planning and insurance costs?What is the technical impact of post-quantum agility on organizations?How does Fortanix DSM help achieve cryptographic agility?What features does Fortanix DSM offer for key lifecycle management in PQC implementation?How does Fortanix DSM facilitate integration with leading applications in PQC implementation?

Confidential Computing

Confidential Computing is a set of technologies and practices that enable data to be processed securely and privately, even from the entity performing the processing. It creates a trusted execution environment (TEE) for privately processing sensitive information, providing an isolated and highly secure environment for data encryption. Confidential Computing allows encrypting data even at runtime in memory with secure enclaves like Intel SGX or AMD SEV (Secure Encrypted Virtualization)

Fortanix is credited with inventing confidential computing. Industry leaders and technology companies are driving the adoption of Confidential Computing via the Confidential Computing Consortium. The benefits of using Confidential Computing include complete protection, compliance, improved collaboration, and enhanced innovation. Highly regulated sectors and those with access to personal data can benefit the most from Confidential Computing.