FAQs
Confidential Computing Basics
How Does Confidential Computing Work?
FAQs
Confidential Computing Basics
How Does Confidential Computing Work?

Confidential Computing primarily relies on Trusted Execution Environments (TEEs), such as enclaves. These enclaves are secure, isolated processing areas within a computer's architecture, where data can be decrypted and processed in a protected environment. This isolation ensures that the data in use is shielded from the rest of the system, including potential threats from malicious insiders, compromised operating systems, or other applications. Enclaves provide a hardware-based root of trust, ensuring that even the operators of cloud infrastructure cannot access the data. Additionally, TEEs allow for remote attestation, enabling parties to verify that their code is running securely in the cloud. This technology effectively creates a "black box" for data processing, safeguarding sensitive information during computation.

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