The Key to Sensitive Data Analytics is Encrypted in an Enclave – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 686

January 31st, 2020 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Join us on this episode of Chip Chat with special guest host Jake Smith as he interviews Stefan Deml, CTO and CO-Founder of decentriq. This podcast covers what decentriq is doing to offer solutions that prioritize data safety and simplicity in a new era of confidential computing. Stefan explains how until now, technology only allowed us to protect data at-rest and in-transit, but we are finally closing the loop with Intel Software Guard Extensions (Intel SGX) and can protect data while it is in-use. decentriq has built their avato platform with at root of trust on Intel hardware and they are enabling data collaboration between multiple untrusted parties in an end-to-end encrypted environment. Stefan shares how decentriq’s customers will now be able to execute advanced applications like privacy-preserving analytics and secure Machine Learning (ML).

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