Category: Artificial Intelligence

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With Growing Cloud Security, Is Hardware Still Needed?

In order for data-sensitive organizations to stay fully protected from ongoing threats, they must be thinking further –– beyond their cloud infrastructure. The hardware component is still missing from the equation. In this article, I’ll answer some commonly asked questions I often receive regarding the need for hardware when it comes to protecting hybrid cloud environments.

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Artificial Intelligence and Confidential Computing

Confidential computing is secure computing technology that is designed to ensure that sensitive data in use remains safe, confidential, and accessible to authorized users. Confidential computing eliminates the remaining vulnerabilities created by loosely-defined security protocols, weak perimeter filtering, and inadequate isolation tactics, by protecting data when it is processed in an external and non-secure environment

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The Case for Accelerated Hardware and the Programmable HSM
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Accelerated Hardware and the Programmable HSM

Using accelerated hardware, an operation can be computed faster than software running on a general CPU. Conducting tasks using specially-designed hardware can decrease latency, increase throughput, and increase parallelism. On a software-level, it can also lead to faster development, lower non-recurring engineering costs, and heightened portability.

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