CanaryBit joins the Confidential Computing Consortium

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4 December 2021

It is with great pleasure that we announce CanaryBit has joined the Confidential Computing Consortium (CCC) and the Linux Foundation (LF), alongside the m hardware vendors, cloud providers, and software developers like Intel, Arm, Microsoft, Google, Meta and more.

Two years ago, the Linux Foundation set the ground for the Confidential Computing Consortium, “a community focused on projects securing data in use and accelerating the adoption of confidential computing through open collaboration” [confidentialcomputing.io]

Specifically, the main goal is to accelerate the adoption of Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) technologies and standards in different sectors of the IT industry.

We at CanaryBit strongly believe in the principles disseminated by the CCC and we will strive to facilitate the adoption of TEEs in combination with the EU regulations on Data Protection and Data Collaboration.

We are on a mission to enable serene collaboration among businesses and Public Authorities, protecting their digital assets with open-source solutions, providing access to data instead of data itself.

Our Confidential Cloud Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) brings all these crucial concepts in today’s business together and offers a plug-&-play solution for a multitude of use-cases where data is king and data sovereignty is queen.

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