Arm has recently introduced its Armv9 chip platform as the first significant upgrade for its architecture in ten years. One of the fundamental pillars was ‘confidential computing,’ a hardware-based security initiative. The arm is a chip architecture firm that permits its designs to others, and its users have shipped over 100 billion chips in the past five years.
CEO Simon Segars said that Armv9’s work plan offers the Arm Confidential Compute Architecture (CCA). Also, confidential computing shields parts of code and data from access or modification while, in practice, even from privileged software. This is done by executing the computation in a hardware-based secure ecosystem.
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