Inabit prioritizes the security of your data and transactions. One key layer of protection we employ is Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) technology. TEE creates a secure enclave within the main processing unit, acting as a dedicated vault for sensitive information and operations.
What is TEE?
Imagine a secure room within your hardware, isolated from the main operating system. This protected space, enabled by TEE, safeguards sensitive data and code from unauthorized access, even if the main system is compromised. This isolation ensures:
Confidentiality: Your data remains encrypted and unreadable outside the TEE enclave.
Integrity: Any code or data stored within the enclave cannot be tampered with.
Attestation: You can verify the authenticity and integrity of the TEE environment itself.
How does Inabit use TEE?
In Inabit systems, TEE can be utilized in various ways to enhance security, including:
Protecting sensitive user credentials: Login details, encryption keys, and other critical information can be stored and processed within the TEE enclave, minimizing the risk of theft or misuse.
Securing critical system functions: Specific system functions handling sensitive data or transactions can be executed within the TEE, isolating them from potential vulnerabilities in the main system.
Enabling secure communication channels: TEE can establish secure tunnels for data communication between Inabit's systems and your devices, ensuring the integrity and confidentiality of data in transit.
By incorporating TEE, Inabit strives to provide an additional layer of defense for your data and transactions, fostering a more secure and trustworthy user experience.