Camelot Trusted Computing Appliances first time showcased
Mannheim, 09/27/2018 – Camelot Innovative Technologies Lab (Camelot ITLab) will showcase its solution Trusted Computing Appliances for the first time at the Intel booth at SAP TechEd, Las Vegas, October 2-5, 2018. Camelot Trusted Computing Appliance provides a strong solution for privacy on blockchain, leveraging SAP services and Intel technology.
Camelot ITLab presents at SAP TechEd a solution for leveraging Intel SGX based trusted computing capabilities together with SAP blockchain services to enable businesses to share sensitive data in a blockchain network. “This is a huge step forward for the privacy attributes of blockchains. The recently announced partnership of SAP and Intel in the blockchain space further amplifies the business need for such a solution,” said Steffen Joswig, Managing Partner at Camelot ITLab.
Camelot Trusted Computing Appliances help to overcome a substantial problem: Though security is one of a blockchain’s main attributes, blockchains are generally not considered secure for processing sensitive data, as per definition data in a basic blockchain network can be viewed by all parties connected.
The presented use case originates from the iron and steel industry. It enables steel manufacturers to make trustworthy statements about their products. In detail, this mechanism can proof if their secret product recipe contains any regulated ingredients. All this, without revealing the protected recipe to any audience within the private blockchain network.
Camelot ITLab is a partner of SAP since the early hours of the SAP Blockchain co-innovation program and also created a whitepaper about off-chain smart contracts with DellEMC. The whitepaper can be found at www.camelot-itlab.com/en/blockchain-whitepaper/