IEEE CS Webinar: IEEE Oregon Section Technical Seminar - The Rise of Confidential Computing in Regulated Industries

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Guest Speaker: Bruno Domingues, Principal Architect, Financial Services, Sales and Marketing Group, Intel Corporation

Presenting: The Rise of Confidential Computing in Regulated Industries

Venue: Online

When:August 13th 7-8 pm


 

Abstract:

The increased adoption of cloud technologies in the recent years in combination with privacy concerns are fueling the development of techniques and technologies to protect the integrity and privacy of the data while in use. However, Confidential Computing is just in the early days. Still, it is already showing that it can be applied not only as an enabler to assure compliance for regulated industries but also tackle very hard problems such as, privacy-preserving multi-party machine learning that is necessary for fraud prevention, anti-money laundering to cancer research.

In this webinar, you will learn about the principle techniques and technologies being used in confidential computing, some of the practical challenges to incorporate these capabilities into an already established CI/CD pipeline, the rise of the concept of DevSec[Compliance]Ops and how Confidential Computing is being adopted and promising use cases.



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  • Date: 13 Aug 2020
  • Time: 07:00 PM to 08:00 PM
  • All times are US/Pacific
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  • Online Meeting, Oregon
  • United States

  • Sohrab Aftabjahani, PhD

    IEEE Oregon Section Computer Society Chapter Chair

    Senior IEEE Member, Senior ACM Member

    aftabjahani@ieee.org

  • Co-sponsored by Michael Bates
  • Starts 28 July 2020 01:11 AM
  • Ends 13 August 2020 06:00 PM
  • All times are US/Pacific
  • No Admission Charge


  Speakers

Topic:

The Rise of Confidential Computing in Regulated Industries

Bruno Domingues

Principal Architect, Financial Services, Sales and Marketing Group, Intel Corporation

 Abstract:

The increased adoption of cloud technologies in the recent years in combination with privacy concerns are fueling the development of techniques and technologies to protect the integrity and privacy of the data while in use. However, Confidential Computing is just in the early days. Still, it is already showing that it can be applied not only as an enabler to assure compliance for regulated industries but also tackle very hard problems such as, privacy-preserving multi-party machine learning that is necessary for fraud prevention, anti-money laundering to cancer research.

In this webinar, you will learn about the principle techniques and technologies being used in confidential computing, some of the practical challenges to incorporate these capabilities into an already established CI/CD pipeline, the rise of the concept of DevSec[Compliance]Ops and how Confidential Computing is being adopted and promising use cases.

 

Biography:

Bruno Domingues, Principal Architect, Financial Services, Sales and Marketing Group, is currently leading the Cloud Computing and Digital Edge strategy for the Financial Service Industry in Sales and Market Group (SMG). He is responsible for initiating, evaluating, and managing strategic business opportunities, partnerships, and alliances in these areas. His goals are to launch effective initiatives in FSI through OEMs, SIs, ISVs, and CSPs to drive market adoption by developing and executing global go-to-market plans.

Bruno served as chairman of the IEEE Computer Society (R9), CMG Technical Director and is an active member of standardization groups. Mr. Bruno is actively involved in multiples projects and initiatives about multi-cloud adoption in FSI and represents Intel on several forums worldwide. Recently, Mr. Bruno is researching the impact of digital transformation in financial services with an emphasis on Data Protection & Privacy practices and technologies, e.g., ML Interpretability, usage of biometric authentication, privacy-preserving ML, social bias, confidential computing and compliance.

Bruno holds a degree in Mathematics. He has been working in the Financial Services Industry since 1998. Mr. Bruno resides in Portland, Oregon, USA.

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Venue: Online

When: August 13th 7-8 pm