TCG and Members GE, Infineon, Microsoft, Onboard Security and WIBU-Systems to host Industrial Security Session at IoT Solutions World Congress

Date Published: August, 31, 2017

October 3 Event Will Address Ensuring Security and Integrity of Industrial Connected Things

PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. 31, 2017Trusted Computing Group (@TrustedComputin), with members GE, Infineon, Microsoft, OnBoard Security and Wibu-Systems, will host a free session at the IoT Solutions World Congress, Tuesday, Oct. 3, 09:30-13:00 p.m. in Fira Barcelona, hall CC5, room 5.1 on securing the industrial IoT.

Speakers from the companies will talk to attendees about deploying techniques to better secure the industrial Internet of Things, how to ensure identity and security of very constrained “things” and using available APIs for encryption, authentication, device identity and integrity.

Monty Wiseman, GE, will update attendees on TCG’s new industrial IoT work group and its efforts to apply widely vetted industry standards to industrial networks and devices. A panel, including Steve Hanna, Infineon; Lee Wilson, OnBoard Security; and Wiseman will talk about the many standards within TCG that can be used to secure the industrial IoT and how to apply them.

Microsoft’s Dennis Mattoon will explain TCG’s new work with DICE, or the Device Identifier Composition Engine specification, to establish a root of trust and identity in IoT and embedded systems not suitable for a traditional TPM.

Attendees can also see many of these standards and specifications deployed in demos from the speakers and Wibu-Systems. Wibu-Systems will show its CodeMeter license protection product, using the TPM to protect vital intellectual property and software assets.

TCG session attendees must have a conference or expo pass to the congress event and can save 500€ on a Full Conference Pass with code 526E24AF or get a free Expo Pass with code 111B9B47.

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