Security continues to be one of the top IT concerns. The attack surface is expanding, hacking is being industrialized, and security solutions are often fragmented and complex. Intel has established a leadership position in the data center with platform trust and integrity features, hardware-based data protection, and encryption acceleration, all enabled within a rich ecosystem of solution partners. Get familiar with the broad range of Intel security features and their applications.
In this animated video, Intel Cloud Builders University participants learn how Intel® Quick Assist Technology can extend cloud and data center capacity securely and improve storage application performance with hardware-based data compression.
In this video, Markus Leberecht, Intel Senior Data Center Solution Architect, provides an understanding of platform security and how to mix different ingredients from both Intel and HyTrust, to provide trusted secure nodes for your data center.
In this video, Intel® Data Center Security Marketing Manager, Jesse Schrater, provides an overview of Intel’s data center security strategy.
In this course, Intel® Software Product Marketing Manager, Mark Chambers, provides an overview of cryptography, including a look at every day security, the history of cryptography, common ciphers and modes of operation, hashing and messaging authentication and public key cryptography.
In this course, users learn how to get started using Intel® QuickAssist Technology (QAT) devices to offload packet encryption and decryption in your DPDK application. Users also learn the necessary steps to install, program, and debug the Intel® QuickAssist Technology Software package and test configurations.
Intel® SGX is a new security technology offered by Intel. Watch the video above to get a good overview of this technology, its mode of application and its various uses cases.
Learn about Blockchain technology and how Intel is contributing to the adoption of this technology
There’s a lot of concern with data privacy and this is being addressed by a method called Confidential Computing. This involves encrypting data throughout its lifecycle. Intel has worked to bring a new technology called Intel ® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) that allows for an encrypted enclave for application code in data to be - loaded into and accessed from - that is separate from the system. Due to the present demand for this technology, Intel has introduced the Intel® SGX Card for customers that can’t land a Xeon E3, single socket, 1U chassis in their data centers.
Intel® Corp is heavily invested in the Enterprise blockchain space and this course helps to educate on which blockchain approach addresses customer needs as well as leveraging improved security, privacy and scalability in this technology space.