Arm CCA Confidential Computing: Arm Builds Data Center Secure Enclaves

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Arm chips for mobile and IoT devices have supported secure enclaves – a concept known as confidential computing – for years. It’s called the Arm TrustZone trusted execution environment, and it’s been available for mobile devices since 2004 and in its M-Class IoT since 2014. The chip designer is now bringing confidential computing to its data center-class chip designs. The Armv9 architecture, launched in March, features Arm CCA (Confidential Compute Architecture). Related: Arm’s New Neoverse V1, N2 Chips Take on Intel in the Data Center MarketSince Arm, based in Cambridge, UK, licenses its designs out to various chipmakers, the release will help democratize confidential computing in data centers, Mark Knight, director of architecture products at Arm, said. Server-chip giants Intel, AMD, and IBM each have their own secure enclave...

Cloud Computing Magazine Names Versa SASE Secure Access a 2021 Product of the Year Award Winner

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SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Versa Networks, the leader in SASE, today announced that TMC, a global, integrated media company, has named the Versa SASE Secure Access work-from-home (WFH) solution as a 2021 Product of the Year winner, as presented by Cloud Computing Magazine. Versa SASE for work-from-home delivers tightly integrated SASE via the cloud, on-premises, or as a blended combination of both via Versa Operating System (VOS™) with a Single-Pass Parallel Processing architecture and managed through a single pane of glass. Versa began delivering SASE services such as VPN, Secure SD-WAN, Edge Compute Protection, Next-Generation Firewall, Next-Generation Firewall as a Service, Secure Web Gateway, and Zero Trust Network Access 5 years ago. Versa uniquely provides contextual security based on user, role, device, application, location,...