Earlier this year, TCG launched a new site that aggregates a number of available tools and information to help designers and developers implement trusted computing, whether in embedded and IOT systems or enterprise ones.
That site can be found at https://develop.trustedcomputinggroup.org. TCG partnered with a large publisher with a focus on the designer and developer community to expand our reach and visibility to those developing systems and software that need security.
Recently, TCG members have added a number of interesting new resources. These include two new open source tools, from NSA Research and Intel, to support the TCG platform certificates specification to better secure the supply chain (more info on that here, https://trustedcomputinggroup.org/tcg-announces-two-new-open-source-credentialing-tools-for-trusted-supply-chain/).
TCG member Infineon also recently posted this, “… Infineon Technologies AG (FSE: IFX / OTCQX: IFNNY) has enabled a new open source software stack. It makes work easier for developers who want to use the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 – a standardized hardware-based security solution for securing industrial, automotive and other applications such as network equipment. This is the first open source TPM middleware that complies with the Software Stack (TSS) Enhanced System API (ESAPI) specification of the Trusted Computing Group (TCG), providing significant value to the open source community.” More can be seen on that here, https://develop.trustedcomputinggroup.org/2018/08/16/nfineon-enables-open-source-software-stack-for-tpm-2-0-for-easier-integration-of-security-into-industrial-and-automotive-applications/.
And TCG member American Megatrends Inc. also posted this, “…FULLY SECURED FIRMWARE Aptio V has native support for UEFI Secure Boot, TPM 1.2/2.0, a NIST 800-147 compliant secure firmware update, and measured BIOS support compliant with NIST 800-155. Aptio V also enables support for silicon vendor security features such as the Intel BIOS Guard, Intel Boot Guard, Intel TXT, Intel fTPM, AMD PSP and ARM TrustZone.”
Learn more about these and other useful resources here (https://develop.trustedcomputinggroup.org).
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