Feb 272020

This looks like an advertisement for AMD Epyc processors until you get to that bright yellow “solutions available today” box and realize we’re talking about Intel. [credit: Intel Corporation ] At Intel’s Security Day event on Tuesday, the company laid down its present and future vision for security-focused features in its hardware. Intel’s Anil Rao and Scott Woodgate opened their presentation with a present-and-future discussion of Intel’s SGX (Software Guard Extensions), but their coverage of…

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