Trusted Comptuing Group RSA Conference Session Will Show Security Solutions for Internet of Things, Networks and Devices
Event Also Includes Keynote from Doug Cahill, ESG; Panels and Ask the Expert for Trusted Platform Module
PORTLAND, Ore., Feb. 24, 2015 – Trusted Computing Group and members will demonstrate to RSA Conference attendees a variety of solutions to help secure vulnerable networks, devices and the Internet of Things in its February 29 session, 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. in Moscone West 2002/2006.Doug Cahill, ESG, will keynote, followed by three panels with Darin Andersen, CyberTech; Max Senges, Google; Lee Wilson, Security Innovation; Paul Roberts, Security Ledger; Paul England, Microsoft; Matthew Garrett, CoreOS; Derek Harp, SANS Institute; Steve Venema, PolyVerse; and Tony Sager, Center for Internet Security.
Attendees will be eligible to win a free silver sponsorship of the Drive Trust Alliance for advocacy and open source support of self-encrypting drives; a Google OnHub contributed by Infineon; five Intel SSD Pro self-encrypting drives; three Micron M600 solid state self-encrypting drives; and a Raspberry Pi development kit and daughterboard, contributed by Infineon. For the complete demonstration guide, click here
TCG also will offer a limited number of copies of “A Practical Guide to TPM 2.0: Using the Trusted Platform Module in the New Age of Security” and a chance to meet a co-author, along with Ask the Expert about the TPM and media sponsors Embedded Computing Design and the Security Ledger.
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