How to Protect Data with Confidential Computing and Zero Trust | InTechnology | Intel

Published on 10 Jun 2024, 13:59
In this What That Means video, Camille talks with Ron Perez, Intel Fellow and Chief Security Architect for the Intel Office of the CTO. They get into the definitions of confidential computing and trusted execution environments, how data functions within those environments, how to make cloud computing more secure with confidential computing, using confidential computing to improve security without compromising user experience, and much more.

Video originally published May 2022, when InTechnology was previously known as Cyber Security Inside.

0:00 Introductions
0:42 Ron’s role as Chief Security Architect
3:55 Biggest security threats on the horizon
5:47 Moving away from siloed networks
6:42 Confidential computing vs. zero trust
8:26 Securing data in use
9:51 Why homomorphic encryption is performance-intensive
11:02 Trusted execution environments
12:26 Intel Software Guard Extensions (SGX)
14:07 Why we need confidential computing and trusted execution environments for servers
16:10 Confidentiality, integrity, and availability
18:25 Protecting data in the cloud
20:35 Intel Trust Domain Extensions (TDX) & virtual machines (VMs)
24:47 Comparing TDX vs. SGX
27:34 When to use TDX or SGX
28:16 Wrap-up

For more information, previous podcasts, and full versions, visit our website at

#confidentialcomputing #zerotrust #cloudcomputing

The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.

If you are interested in emerging threats, new technologies, or best tips and practices in cybersecurity, please follow the InTechnology podcast on your favorite podcast platforms.

Apple Podcast:

Follow our host Camille @morhardt on X:

Subscribe now to Intel on YouTube:

About Intel:
Intel, the world leader in silicon innovation, develops technologies, products and initiatives to continually advance how people work and live. Founded in 1968 to build semiconductor memory products, Intel introduced the world's first microprocessor in 1971. This decade, our mission is to create and extend computing technology to connect and enrich the lives of every person on Earth.

Connect with Intel:
Visit Intel WEBSITE:
Follow Intel on X:
Follow Intel on INSTAGRAM:
Follow Intel on LINKEDIN:
Follow Intel on TIKTOK:

How to Protect Data with Confidential Computing and Zero Trust | InTechnology | Intel