TCG Attestation FrameworkとIETF Remote Attestation手順: TCGとIETF Attestation WGの概要

“Trust”と”Attestation”は、クラウド、エッジ、および分散コンピューティングにおいて注目を集め、その重要性が高まっている。プラットフォームにおけるAttestation機能とクラウド、エッジ、およびITエンタープライズ内のAttestationサービスは、コストを最小限に抑え、技術の拡張を最大限に広げるために、相互運用が必要とされる。多くの標準規格が積極的にAttestation技術を定義しているが、相互運用性は保証されていない。本講演では、TCGのAttestationおよびIETF(Internet Engineering Task Force)のRemote Attestation Procedures(RATS)WGでの取り組みについて双方でのチェアをつとめるNed Smithが双方の技術の概要を説明する。


ネッド・スミス / Ned SMITH
TCG Attestation WG チェアー;
Intel Corporation
Security Privacy Mitigation Team
Principal Engineer

スミス氏は、インテル社のSecurity Privacy Mitigation Team Principal Engineer。Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) におけるRemote Attestation Procedures (RATS) Work GroupおよびTrusted Computing Group (TCG)の Attestation Work Groupの共同議長を務める。また、TCGのDICE標準(Device Identity Composition Engine)Familyの主要寄稿者であり、発案者でもある。

TCG Attestation Framework and IETF Remote Attestation Procedures: An Overview of TCG and IETF Attestation Working Groups

Abstract: Trust and attestation are gaining in popularity and importance for cloud, edge, and distributed computing. Attestation capabilities in the platform as well as attestation services in the cloud, edge, and IT enterprise need to interoperate to minimize costs and maximize reach. Many standards are actively defining attestation technologies, but interoperability isn’t guaranteed. This talk provides an overview of work in the TCG Attestation and IETF Remote Attestation Procedures (RATS) working groups.

Biography: Mr. Ned Smith is a principal engineer on Intel’s Security, Privacy, and Mitigation team. He co-chairs the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Remote Attestation Procedures (RATS) Work Group and the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) Attestation Work Group. He is a primary contributor to the Device Identity Composition Engine (DICE) family of TCG specifications and a prolific inventor.


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