On July 24, eWeek published a story about new support for TPM 2.0 from TCG member Mocana, http://www.eweek.com/security/mocana-embraces-tpm-2.0-for-iot-device-authentication-assurance. eWeek security journalist Sean Kerner (@SeanKerner) notes, “…Mocana is set to announce on July 25 that it is supporting the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 standard to help improve the security of embedded devices that make up … Continue reading “Mocana Leverages TPM 2.0 for Secure Embedded and IOT Devices”
With the addition of support for the Trusted Platform Module 2.0 specification, Mocana is looking to help improve security updates and container deployment in embedded, Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
Today, both at work and at home, more users than ever before rely on their mobile phones, tablets, and other mobile devices to keep in touch and get things done. The rise in mobile device usage comes with a commensurate requirement for mobile platforms to provide a secure foundation for many types of applications. The … Continue reading “TCG Guidance for TPM 2.0 Mobile Specification Implementations”
The TPM 2.0 Mobile Common Profile Specification defines a medium-scale profile of the TPM 2.0 Library Specification that is applicable to all mobile devices that conform to the TPM 2.0 Mobile Reference Architecture. The profile is a subset of TPM 2.0 capabilities designed to balance end-user benefits with ease-of-implementation in resource-constrained mobile devices.
This protection profile describes the security requirements for the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) PC Client Specific Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Family 2.0; Level 0 conforming to the Common Criteria Version 3.1, Revision 5. A TPM designer MUST be aware that for a complete definition of all requirements necessary to build a TPM, the designer MUST … Continue reading “TCG Protection Profile for PC Client Specific TPM 2.0”
The TPM 2.0 Mobile Command Response Buffer (CRB) Interface is a kernel interface to a TPM that is intended to work with all architectures. The CRB Interface makes it possible to write a driver that can interact with a TPM, whether the TPM is a discrete component on a peripheral bus or a Trusted Application … Continue reading “TCG TPM 2.0 Mobile Command Response Buffer Interface Specification”
This specification describes how a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) can provide security benefits to the information technology systems in a vehicle. Typical benefits a TPM can provide include integrity reporting of software and cryptographic key creation, storage, management and use. In the automotive vehicle context, this specification describes scenarios of using TPMs for proving an … Continue reading “TCG TPM 2.0 Automotive Thin Profile For TPM Family 2.0; Level 0”
TCG has released the TPM 2.0 Library specification that provides updates to the previous published TPM main specifications. The changes and enhancements compared to the existing TPM 1.2 include: Support for additional cryptographic algorithms Enhancements to the availability of the TPM to applications Enhanced authorization mechanisms Simplified TPM management Additional capabilities to enhance the security … Continue reading “TPM 2.0 Library”
This registry is a companion to the TPM 2.0 library specification. This registry describes TCG’s convention for allocating TPM 2.0 handles and localities.
The TPM 2.0 Mobile Reference Architecture Specification defines architecture for the implementation of a TPM 2.0, with protected capabilities and secure storage, executing within a Protected Environment in a mobile platform. It defines the Protected Environment itself and includes discussion of modern mobile device architecture, Roots of Trust, and Secure and Measured Boot. It also … Continue reading “TPM 2.0 Mobile Reference Architecture Specification”