Monday, August 19 • 9:05am - 9:45am
Enarx - Attested, Secured Execution with AMD’s SEV - Nathaniel McCallum, Red Hat, Inc. & David Kaplan, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.

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AMD SEV (Secure Encrypted Virtualization) is a new CPU security technology available in AMD's EPYC processors and provides new levels of protection for virtualized workloads. AMD SEV can encrypt the memory and register state of VMs individually, isolating them from the hypervisor.

Enarx is an open source project led by Red Hat, leveraging TEEs, and providing attestation and protection for run-time workloads. It is written in Rust and aims to reduce the number of trust relationships required when running executables in the private or public cloud. It currently supports AMD SEV, and this session will:
● Discuss SEV capabilities and roadmap;
● Introduce the Enarx architecture;
● Present some of the components of Enarx;
● Show a demonstration of an early set of Enarx capabilities.

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David Kaplan

Security Architect, AMD
David Kaplan is a Fellow at AMD who focuses on developing new security technologies across the AMD product line as part of the Security Architecture Research and Development center. He is the lead architect for the AMD memory encryption features and has worked on both CPU and SOC... Read More →
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Nathaniel McCallum

Sr. Principle Software Engineer, Red Hat
Nathaniel McCallum is a Sr. Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat where he works on security and cryptography technologies. This has includes projects such as MIT Kerberos, FreeIPA, FreeOTP, Clevis, Tang and Enarx. Nathaniel is a regular presenter at conferences such as Linux Security... Read More →

Monday August 19, 2019 9:05am - 9:45am
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