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This talk gives an overview about SGX, how it can be used to secure existing applications, what are its limitations and pitfalls and technical details about its implementation.
 
This talk gives an overview about SGX, how it can be used to secure existing applications, what are its limitations and pitfalls and technical details about its implementation.
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Slides are available here: https://weichbrodt.me/dokuwiki/_media/pres.pdf
 
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Slides available here: https://weichbrodt.me/dokuwiki/_media/pres.pdf

Latest revision as of 18:57, 28 December 2016

Description Intel Software Guard Extensions (Intel SGX) are a new extension of the x86 instruction set allowing the creation of so-called enclaves. Enclaves are isolated, secure parts of normal applications

This talk gives an overview about SGX, how it can be used to secure existing applications, what are its limitations and pitfalls and technical details about its implementation.

Slides are available here: https://weichbrodt.me/dokuwiki/_media/pres.pdf

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Type Talk
Kids session No
Keyword(s) software, coding, security
Person organizing Envy
Language en - English
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Starts at 2016/12/28 16:30
Ends at 2016/12/28 17:30
Duration 60 minutes
Location Hall A.1

Slides available here: https://weichbrodt.me/dokuwiki/_media/pres.pdf