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How Industries can Benefit from Confidential Computing
Sensor data from networked vehicles can be aggregated and processed in an end-to-end encrypted and reliable manner using Confidential computing. If the process is properly implemented, the vehicle manufacturer and application operator will only have access to aggregated and filtered output data.
FREMONT, CA: Because so many businesses now depend on public and hybrid cloud services, data privacy is critical. And this is the primary goal of confidential computing: to give companies and leaders greater assurance that their data in the cloud is secure and confidential. This is also intended to encourage the use of public cloud services for sensitive data and computing workloads. The benefit of secure cloud computing is that it eliminates the last remaining data security vulnerability by protecting data in use during runtime.
Confidential computing can be used to protect data and increase cloud benefits to sensitive workloads. It also protects intellectual property, enables safe collaboration with partners on new cloud solutions, eliminates concerns about cloud provider selection, and protects data processes at the edge. Because cloud confidential computing has many applications, let us look at how industries can benefit from it in this article.
Confidential Computing in Mobility
Sensor data from networked vehicles can be aggregated and processed in an end-to-end encrypted and reliable manner using Confidential computing. If the process is properly implemented, the vehicle manufacturer and application operator will only have access to aggregated and filtered output data. Confidential computing can benefit partners, customers, and legislators, increasing customer acceptance for the use of their data through compliance.
Confidential Computing in Engineering and Manufacturing
As we all know, Industry 4.0 is the most popular term in mechanical engineering and manufacturing, particularly in Germany. This is to increase the use of sensors and the data analytics that go with them in order to boost productivity. Because businesses have a lot of business data stored, they are hesitant to share it freely on the Cloud; in such cases, confidential computing can help them share and process it without any hesitation or insecurity about data security concerns. The fundamental concept of sharing data without sharing it can lead to a number of opportunities in the future, such as predictive maintenance, digital twins, and other data-driven industry applications.
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