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AWS Nitro System gets independent affirmation of its confidential compute capabilities

Anthony Liguori is an AWS VP and Distinguished Engineer for EC2. Customers around the world trust AWS to keep their data safe, and keeping their workloads secure and confidential is foundational to how we operate. Since the inception of AWS, we have relentlessly innovated on security, privacy tools, and practices to meet, and even exceed, […]

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Use AWS Nitro Enclaves to perform computation of multiple sensitive datasets

This blog post is written by, Jeff Wisman, Principal Solutions Architect and Andrew Lee, Solutions Architect. Introduction Many organizations have sensitive datasets that they do not want to share with others because of stringent security and compliance requirements. However, they would still like to use each other’s data to perform processing and aggregation. For example, […]

Deep dive into NitroTPM and UEFI Secure Boot support in Amazon EC2

Contributed by Samartha Chandrashekar, Principal Product Manager Amazon EC2 At re:Invent 2021, we announced NitroTPM, a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 and Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) Secure Boot support in Amazon EC2. In this blog post, we’ll share additional details on how these capabilities can help further raise the security bar of EC2 deployments. […]