Preserving privacy when processing data from multiple sources with machine learning is always a challenge. Organizations may want to perform collaborative data analytics while guaranteeing the privacy of their individual datasets. Combining multiple data sources to support a better algorithmic outcome improves accuracy of prediction, but it may come at cost of confidentiality, if sensitive information is not accurately protected.
Azure Confidential Computing adds new data security capabilities to the cloud and specifically to machine learning processing. By using trusted execution environments (TEEs) to protect your data while in use, with confidential computing, you can use machine learning algorithms across different organizations to better train models, without revealing the processed data.
This session presents the benefits of Azure Confidential Computing in protecting user data when multiple organizations collaborate on a common dataset but without revealing personal information of their customers to others.


01:00 - 02:00


Azure Platform Saturday


Stefano Tempesta

CTO @ SXiQ Australia
Microsoft Regional Director, MVP & MCT

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