Panel Sessions to Address Role of Trust in Security and Securing Industrial Networks
PORTLAND, Ore., July 12, 2017 – Trusted Computing Group members will address the leading barrier to IoT success*, security, at next week’s IoT Evolution Expo, Las Vegas in panel sessions and demonstrations.
Steve Hanna, Principal at Infineon and co-chair of several TCG work groups addressing IoT and embedded security, will lead a panel Wednesday, July 19, 1:30 p.m. PDT on the topic of network security and securing the industrial IoT. The panel session will look at challenges with securing network gear and ways to implement strong security and includes participants from NetFoundry and TCG member Mocana.
Hanna will join other industry experts in another panel, “IoT Security Strategies: Mastering the Zones of Trust”, Wednesday, July 19 at 5:00 p.m. PDT.
TCG members will demonstrate industrial IoT and network security in Booth #307 Tuesday evening, July 18 through Thursday, July 20 in the expo area of the event.
Mocana will show implementation of TPM security specifications in a small form-factor (Intel NUC) computing system with key Mocana software modules. The demo will show secure communications from a browser to an embedded Web server using keys generated and protected by the TPM, automated certification of the key, and remote attestation of the TPM-based device with trust measurements.
Infineon will demonstrate protecting a typical smart building with the TPM and the TCG TNC network security architecture. Data across the network and in the cloud is protected and authentication ensures authorized access to the smart building application. The demo includes the Infineon TPM, a Cisco industrial router with TPM and TCG’s Trusted Network Communications standards deployed and open source software by the Technical University of Rapperswil, Switzerland.
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* Gartner, IoT Technology Disruptions, June 2017
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