Speakers from Cisco Systems, Fraunhofer SIT, Infineon Technologies and Microsoft to Talk About Mobile, Cloud and IoT Security
PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 9 2014 – How can trust enable better security? Presentations and demos from Trusted Computing Group will focus on that question at the Chip-to-Cloud Security Forum, Sept. 23-25, 2014.
Dr. Joerg Borchert, TCG president and chairman, Infineon Technologies, will discuss how trust can enable more secure cloud computing in a keynote at the plenary session Sept. 23. The plenary will also include a panel session, “Virtualization and Risks: The Impact of Virtualization Technologies on Mobile Transactions Security” with Janne Uusilehto, Microsoft and co-chair, TCG Mobile Platform Work Group and other industry experts.
A session in the cloud services security track also on Sept. 23 will include a look at trust in the cloud from Stacy Cannady, Cisco Systems. Also in that session, Henk Birkholz, Fraunhofer SIT, will talk to attendees about “Security Automation Tips, Tricks and Techniques.”
The Sept. 24, session “The Role of the Root of Trust in Today and Tomorrow’s Cybersecurity” will include a presentation by Nicolai Kuntze, Fraunhofer SIT, on TPM 2.0. A panel, led by Borchert with Cannady and Kuntze, will look at the challenges and prospects in deploying TPM 2.0.
That day, Cannady will host a session in the M2M and Internet of Things track, “Who Can You Trust in the Internet of Things?”.
Mobile security, including the mobile TPM and the Trusted Execution Environment, or TEE, will be the focus of a talk by Uusilehto on Sept. 24 in the session “Creating Trust on Mobile Platforms.”
During the conference, Cisco Systems will demonstrate enforcing trust in cloud servers, and Infineon Technologies will demonstrate TPM 2.0 for embedded applications.
Get more information here, http://www.trustedcomputinggroup.org/media_room/events/171.
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