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Show Me the Money: The Business Value of Confidential Computing

June 5, 11:00 AM - 11:25 AM
Grand Ballroom Salon B

More than another layer of security, Confidential Computing is a business enabler. Use it to unlock data silos, confidentially share data and monetize insights, deploy workloads in the cloud or remote locations with assurance, and reduce the time and effort spent on data sanitization. These aren't pipe dreams. We'll share stories of enterprises already deploying at scale and how they've realized new revenue streams, reduced CapEx and OpEx, and achieved expanded reach while remaining compliant, confidential, and protected.

About the speaker

Anand Pashupathy

Anand Pashupathy

Vice President and General Manager Security Software and Services Division, Intel Corporation

Anand Pashupathy is Vice President and General Manager of Security Software & Services Division in the Software and Advanced Technology Group. He leads a team of senior executives to deliver security software technologies and services that activate and differentiate silicon security features while cultivating a high standard of security and operational and cultural excellence. Anand is also responsible for Intel's Confidential Compute vision, strategy, and execution. Previously, Anand has held many engineering, program-wide, and General Manager leadership roles at Intel. Additionally, Anand has been granted six patents. Anand is a strong advocate for women and underrepresented people in technology. He also serves as the Executive Sponsor for an internal employee resource group. For his advocacy and leadership contributions to diversity and inclusion, Anand received the 2023 Global Diversity and Inclusion Achievement Award for Executive Advocate for D&I. Outside of work, Anand and his family love to travel and experience cultures from around the world. He earned his MBA from the Kellogg School of Management, and a Master's degree in Computer Science, and has been with Intel since the 1990s.