Confidential computing protects sensitive data by performing computation in a hardware-based, trusted execution environment (TEE). IBM Cloud® goes beyond confidential computing by protecting data across the entire compute lifecycle. You gain a higher level of privacy assurance with complete authority over your data at rest, in transit and in use.
Continuously innovate by accelerating your cloud adoption journey and taking a security-first approach.
Protect your CI/CD pipeline from bad actors with technical assurance. No one can access your data — not even IBM.
Get complete authority over your data. Get the highest level of Key Management protection through the FIPS 1402 Level 4 HSM.
Convert, attest and run containerized applications in secured enclaves with data-in-use-protection.
Take exclusive control of encryption keys in a single-tenant key management system with hardware security modules (HSM).
Gain complete authority over Linux®-based virtual servers for workloads with sensitive data and business IP in the cloud.
Provision, manage, maintain and monitor databases, including MongoDB and PostgreSQL, in a 100% tamper-proof environment.
Isolate workloads at granularity, scale and protect them from cyber threats through a trusted execution environment (TEE).
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Recent ransomware attacks underscore the need for the comprehensive security provided by confidential computing.
IBM Center for Government Cybersecurity to help agencies navigate current and future threats.
Learn about confidential computing and why it’s so important.
Examine key use cases that reveal how confidential computing helps assure that your data is protected and confidential.
Learn how IBM Cloud® Hyper Protect Services provide confidential computing solutions.
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