The speed of cloud adoption, the quality of AI development, and the ability to collaborate on sensitive data are often hindered by data security, privacy, and regulatory concerns over how confidential sensitive data is whilst it is being worked on.
Breakthrough confidential computing and privacy-preserving technologies are helping organizations overcome these challenges by protecting data whilst it is in use, closing the final security gap in the data lifecycle. These technologies will enable your organization to adhere to data protection regulations and unlock the power of your sensitive data at a viable cost.
To utilize confidential computing and privacy-preserving technologies, learning how to explain the value of these technologies across organizations, seamlessly integrating them, and identifying which of the technologies is most appropriate to use is crucial.
Introducing the Secure and Private Compute Summit, taking place virtually on July 6-8. This free conference will guide you on how to solve the challenge of keeping data in use private and secure by bringing together multidisciplinary teams from enterprises that are handling sensitive data, the cloud service providers, the system integrators, and the confidential computing and privacy-preserving technology providers.
Here’s a first look at some of the sessions you can attend:
- How Privacy-Preserving Technologies are Empowering Open Banking Through the Mastercard Digital Identity System; with Bob Schukai, Executive Vice President, Technology Development, Fintech & New Infrastructure, Mastercard
- Avoiding Data Protection Legislation Penalties Through Using Confidential Computing and Privacy-Preserving Technologies; with Pulkit Vohra, Data Protection Officer, BT
- Cost-Benefit Analysis of the Privacy-Preserving and Confidential Computing Technologies; with Juan Ramón Troncoso-Pastoriza, Senior Researcher, EPFL (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne); Shoumeng Yan, Director of Confidential Computing, and Senior Staff Engineer, Ant Financial; Suraj Kapa, Medical Director, AI for Knowledge Management and Delivery, Mayo Clinic
- Introducing the Confidential Public Cloud – Closing the Final Security Gap in the Data Lifecycle; with Tom Rondeau, Program Manager, DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency); V K Cody Bumgardner, Division Chief for Pathology Informatics, University of Kentucky; Christine Huang, Sr. Expert in Data Privacy and Protection, SAP
Upon leaving this event you will be able to close this final security gap in the data lifecycle and be connected with the best confidential computing and privacy-preserving technologies that solve your data security and privacy challenges. This year we are delighted to be partnering with Intel, Duality, Enveil, Decentriq, R3, and Anjuna.
This event is completely free to attend, so what’s stopping you? Book your complimentary pass here.
“By 2025, 50% of large organizations will adopt privacy-enhancing computation for processing data in untrusted environments or multiparty data analytics use cases” – Gartner, 2021.
To find out more, visit www.secureandprivatecompute.com