Confidential computing provides the opportunity for businesses to encrypt their data while in use, rather than just in transit or rest. Could it become as ubiquitous as SSL?
Middle East governments are dipping their toes into confidential computing as a way of ensuring compliance with data regulations and information security in cloud settings. Here's a look at what it is and how it can help your business.
As Director and Country Head of the IET in South Asia, Shekhar has the ability to influence change across India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal and Myanmar. His support has enabled volunteers across the region to shape government policy, tackle regional engineering challenges and make a real difference on the ground.
As Assistant Facilities Manager, Shaun plays an essential role in keeping the wheels of the IET greased, and his work has a butterfly effect across the business. By ensuring his colleagues have everything they need to do their job, he’s enabling them to inspire, inform and influence both the global engineering community and wider society.
Lizzie works hard to ensure young engineers and technologists get the most out of their IET membership and have a platform to share their views in a way that makes them feel comfortable.
Jo works to improve equality, diversity and inclusion across the engineering industry. Overseeing campaigns and awards, she’s helped to dispel negative perceptions around the industry and works closely with special interest communities and organisations to showcase that engineering is for all.
Amy Roberts works as a solutions architect within the IET’s IT and Digital Services team. Her role is to help create websites, platforms and software that enables people to find and share information, support their career and make connections.