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Nick Vidal

Currently there are several WASI proposals that are being developed. The State of WebAssembly survey provides a comprehensive overview of the existing WASI proposals and which ones the community are most interested in. There is a lot of interest in I/O, sockets, filesystem, and threads. The Enarx project in particular is investing in advancing WASI support in the Rust language, and we have contributed upstream to sockets, threads, and crypto.

Source: Enarx's Blog

Link: https://blog.enarx.dev/language-support-for-wasi-2/

Mike Bursell

Confidential Computing is encrypting data in use within a secure hardware environment. It completes the data security triangle since data at rest (in storage) and in transit (across networks) are routinely encrypted. Learn how today’s modern data centers are built on the latest hardware which provides isolated “mini-vaults” inside each CPU.

Source: Profian

Link: https://profian.com/white-paper/white-paper-whats-confidential-computing/

Mike Bursell

Every time an application runs on any platform – from the largest mainframe to the smallest IoT device – it executes code as on physical hardware. Given that not all applications, nor all users, are friendly in all cases (and applications that are friendly may be badly written or compromised), there is a need to isolate them from each other and from the host system. Learn how Confidential Computing provides protection from the host on which an application is running.

Source: Profian

Link: https://profian.com/white-paper/white-paper-managing-insider-risk-with-confidential-computing/