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In this week’s episode, we chat with Yan Michalevsky, CTO & Co-founder, Anjuna Security about their work with TEEs, a continuation of topic we covered in episode 82 of this podcast. In this episode, we go deeper and cover Intel SGX vs AMD memory, the risk profiles, tooling for TEEs, how zk techniques can be used alongside TEEs, applications of enclaves and how these techniques are being optimized for.

Here are some of the ideas we covered:
A Comparison Study of Intel SGX and AMD Memory Encryption Technology".
CoSMIX: A Compiler-based System for Secure Memory Instrumentation and Execution in Enclaves
Talk on CoSMIX

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If you aren’t yet clear on recursive zkps, have a listen to an episode we did on the topic of recursive snarks with the co-founders of o1labs last year -

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