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Thursday, September 16 • 05:00 - 05:25
Protecting from Malicious Hypervisor Using AMD SEV-SNP - Brijesh Singh, AMD

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This talk will discuss AMD SEV-SNP (Secure Nested Paging), the next generation of AMD’s x86 virtualization isolation technology. Building upon the existing AMD SEV and AMD SEV-ES features released in 2017, SEV-SNP provides additional hardware security that is designed to protect VMs from malicious hypervisors. SEV-SNP adds new memory integrity protection, new use models, and more flexibility in attestation and VM management when working with protected VMs in hostile environments. This talk will delve into the specific changes required in the KVM to support the SEV-SNP feature.


Brijesh Singh

SMTS, Advanced Micro Devices
Brijesh Singh is a member of the Linux OS group at Advanced Micro Devices. He is responsible for enabling and enhancing support for AMD processor features in the Linux kernel. He is currently working on extending the SEV support to enable SEV-SNP (Secure Nested Paging).

Thursday September 16, 2021 05:00 - 05:25 UTC
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