The Infrastructure Work Group works on the adoption and integration of TCG platform specific specifications into Internet and enterprise infrastructure technologies to enable various business models in a mixed environment of open platform architectures. Conventions for representing and exchanging information useful in making trust decisions are being established by leveraging existing Internet and related infrastructure standards. Considerations are made for representing platform roots of trust, trust chaining, key lifecycle services and the relationship these may have to owner policies. The work group aims to define an architectural framework, interfaces and metadata necessary to bridge infrastructure gaps.


Carolin Baumgartner
Carolin started her career at Swisscom's innovation department developing new security products for Swisscom's residential customers. After 7 years in telecommunications security and serving 4 years as head of security for the retail companies siroop and Interdiscount/Microspot, she now works as chief security officer of the tax administration of the canton of Bern in Switzerland. Carolin got first in touch with TPMs during her PhD at the university of Fribourg in 2009 where she developed an authentication method for public wireless networks based on TPMs. She has since been working on Infrastructure topics, currently also chairing that working group. She also implemented TCG technologies in the Swisscom cloud.
Monty Wiseman
Principal Engineer
General Electric Company
Monty Wiseman's professional focus is in Platform Identity and Integrity. During the last 16+ years Monty was a leading contributor to various Platform TCG specifications. Monty is currently a Principle Engineer at General Electric focusing on security for GE's Industrial Internet Control Systems. Prior to GE, Monty held various senior architectural positions at Intel, Novell, Sanyo/Icon, Fujitsu Microelectronics and Control Data Corporation. Monty’s first experience with computers was in 1974 building and developing software for the Altair 8800 using the “new” Intel 8080.

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