PC Client



The PC Client Work Group defines the capabilities and behavior of TCG technologies such as TPM and Opal in the context of a client endpoint computer (e.g. a laptop, desktop or tablet).  The Workgroup provides specifications, technical requirements and guidance for the TPM and for platform OEMs and firmware vendors interacting with or integrating the TPM in their Platform.


Amy Nelson
Principal Engineer, Distinguished Member Technical Staff
Dell, Inc.
Amy Nelson is an Engineering Technologist and Security Architect in the Data Security Solutions organization in Dell’s Client Solutions Group. Amy represents Dell within the Trusted Computing Group, chairing the PC Client Work Group and the Security Evaluation Work Group. Amy has previously been responsible for architectural requirements for Trusted Platform Module (TPM), encryption hardware, including Dell Data Protection | Hardware Crypto Accelerator, and authentication hardware and software. Amy participates in assurance activities within FIPS 140-2 and FIPS 201 and Common Criteria, serving as an editor for the TCG PC Client Specific Protection Profile for TPM 2.0, chairing working groups performing reviews of TCG specifications for FIPS and CC compliance issues, and presently serving as a Subject Matter Expert in the International Technical Community for the Collaborative Protection Profile for Full Disk Encryption. Amy has 25 years of experience in the PC industry and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Texas Tech University.
Ronald Aigner
Principal Software Engineer
Ronald Aigner is a Principal Software Development Engineer at Microsoft on the Enterprise and Security team inside the Azure organization. Ronald has been working on support for TPM devices in Windows for a decade. During that time he gained an in-depth understanding of the application of TPMs in the PC ecosystem. Ronald has worked with TPM vendors, PC manufacturers, governments, and industry partners to build security solutions based on trusted computing technology. He has been active in various working groups within TCG to advance specifications for TPM and their integration in various platforms. Ronald holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from University of Technology Dresden, Germany.

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