Next-Generation Technologies & Secure Development

Confidential Computing: Beyond the Hype

Part 1 of a Two-Part Panel Discussion with Intel's Richard Curran
Confidential Computing: Beyond the Hype

Confidential computing is an emerging industry initiative focused on helping to secure data in use. But how does one separate hype from reality? In part one of a two-part podcast, Richard Curran of Intel leads an expert panel discussion on the concept of confidential computing.

Joining Curran on this panel are:

  • Patrick Conte, VP Business Development and Sales, Fortanix;
  • Raphael Auphan, COO and Co-Founder, Cosmian;
  • Christian Junger, CEO and Co-Founder, MADANA.

Curran holds the position of Chief Security Officer for Intel's Global Cloud, Ent& Gov Group Sales and is responsible for business development and coordination of Intel's security solutions and strategies to compliment all areas of the Datacentre, Cloud and Network Divisions.

Auphan is Co-Founder and President/COO of Cosmian, an enterprise software company focused on data security powered by cryptography. Prior to Cosmian, Raphael was CEO of Scilab, publisher of open-source numerical computational software for engineers and scientists.

Conte is Vice President, Business Development at Fortanix. In this multi-faceted role Patrick has responsibility for leading the company's engagements with key global Strategic, Technology and System Integrator Partners.

Junger is the CEO and Co-Founder of the German cyber security and blockchain startup MADANA. In 2013, he co-founded the Bitcoin Aachen Meetup as one of the early blockchain pioneers in Germany and was an early supporter of Lisk, one of the worldwide first ever created public blockchains and cryptocurrencies.

In part two of this podcast, Curran and his panelists discuss confidential computing use cases.

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