Google doubles down on its Asylo confidential computing framework

Google doubles down on its Asylo confidential computing framework
Last May, Google introduced Asylo, an open-source framework for confidential computing, a technique favored by many of the big cloud vendors because it allows you to set up trusted execution environments that are shielded from the rest of the (potentially untrusted) system. Workloads and their data basically sit in a ... read more
Source- Techcrunch.comPublished on 2019-02-06By Frederic Lardinois
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