PORTLAND, ORE. April 27, 2017 — Trusted Computing Group (TCG) and members will demonstrate standards-based solutions for the Internet of Things and network security at the May Interop ITX conference and exhibits (@Interop) in Las Vegas.
TCG members CoSoSys, Mocana, OnBoard Security and Tempered Networks will show a variety of solutions in booth #234 in the Interop Business Hall on Tuesday, May 16 through Thursday, May 18, 2017.
Demos will include implementation of the Trusted Software Stack 2.0 and security for the IoT and networks.
Experts from these companies also will deliver a series of talks in the booth, including:
Interop ITX Theater Session
On Wednesday, May 17,1:40 p.m. in the Interop ITX Theater in the business hall, TCG member Mocana will speak in more detail on using standards-based solutions for IoT security. Attendees will learn how to secure the pre-boot process, use authentication and encryption for firmware updates and deploy a root of trust.
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