Hardware Enclaves have been an interesting and promising evolution in security. While manufacturers have created different ways of solving the problem of trust and secrets management, the high-level goals remain mostly the same. The future of IoT, Cloud, Mobile, and ultimately, secure computing, in general, will most likely incorporate some form of enclave-based security. Join Aaron as he explores the most widely available options and their usage. Aaron will discuss design trade-offs, security, and performance of these options, along with the ergonomics and practicality of deploying them to production.
Aaron Bedra is a Senior Software Engineer at Cumberland DRW. He has served as a Chief Scientist, Chief Security Officer, Chief Technology Officer, and Principal Engineer/Architect. He has worked professionally on programming languages, most notably Clojure and ClojureScript. Aaron uses his immersion in finance, healthcare, and retail commerce to design systems that work in concert with business, compliance, and regulatory demands. His expertise in Software Security stems from a foundation in modeling and risk management, and believes all good systems have these as core principles. Aaron is the co-author of Programming Clojure, 2nd and 3rd Edition and a contributor to Functional Programming: A PragPub Anthology