Confidential computing is the next step in the journey to protect personal and corporate data and algorithms. The CCC (Confidential Computing Consortium) defines confidential computing as the protection of data in use by performing computations in a hardware-based TEE (trusted execution environment), also called an enclave. According to the CCC, these secure and isolated environments prevent unauthorized access or modification of applications and data while in use, thereby increasing the security assurances for organizations that manage sensitive and regulated data.
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