TCG and Member Drive Trust Alliance Show Secure Encrypting Drives at Oct. 16 Storage Visions Conference

TCG and Drive Trust Alliance will host a demo session at the 2017 Storage Visions Conference (SV 2017) Monday, October 16, 2017, in Milpitas, CA (www.storagevisions.com). The conference will feature a panel on memory-centric computing and a session on visionary storage hardware. The conference will bring together the vendors, end users, researchers and visionaries that will … Continue reading "TCG and Member Drive Trust Alliance Show Secure Encrypting Drives at Oct. 16 Storage Visions Conference" The post TCG and Member Drive Trust Alliance Show Secure Encrypting Drives at Oct. 16 Storage Visions Conference appeared first on Trusted Computing Group.
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TCG Tackles Industrial Equipment Security

Unsecured industrial equipment has been the entry point for many recent attacks, including widely reported ones on a steel mill, the Ukrainian power grid, nuclear facilities and much more. Traditionally, most industrial systems were stand-alone and not connected to the wider Internet or sometimes not even to other equipment. That, of course, has changed, making … Continue reading "TCG Tackles Industrial Equipment Security" The post TCG Tackles Industrial Equipment Security appeared first on Trusted Computing Group.
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TRUSTED COMPUTING GROUP TO ADDRESS INDUSTRIAL SECURITY

New Sub Group to Develop Guidance Documents and a TPM Profile for Security of Industrial Equipment PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 27, 2017 – Members of Trusted Computing Group (@TrustedComputin) today announced new efforts to provide foundational security for industrial systems in increasingly connected factories and other industrial environments facing growing security threats. “The connection of manufacturing, … Continue reading "TRUSTED COMPUTING GROUP TO ADDRESS INDUSTRIAL SECURITY" The post TRUSTED COMPUTING GROUP TO ADDRESS INDUSTRIAL SECURITY appeared first on Trusted Computing Group.
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Don’t Gamble on Auto Security: A Look at New DICE Work from TCG

TCG has been working to provide enabling security solutions for embedded and IoT for some time. The group has work groups working in automotive security (https://trustedcomputinggroup.org/tcg-tpm-2-0-library-profile-automotive-thin/), including using a TPM to ensure over-the-air software upgrades to vehicles, and recently announced it will work on industrial IoT security issues. TCG members also recently have published guidance … Continue reading "Don’t Gamble on Auto Security: A Look at New DICE Work from TCG" The post Don’t Gamble on Auto Security: A Look at New DICE Work from TCG appeared first on Trusted Computing Group.
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TCG ANNOUNCES DICE ARCHITECTURE FOR SECURITY AND PRIVACY IN IOT AND EMBEDDED DEVICES

Members to Discuss Foundational Trust and Security for the Industrial IoT at Oct. 3 Session, IoT Solutions World Conference PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 18, 2017 – Trusted Computing Group (@TrustedComputin) has released the Device Identifier Composition Engine (DICE) Architecture for securing resource-constrained devices that make up the Internet of Things. The DICE Architecture provides critical security … Continue reading "TCG ANNOUNCES DICE ARCHITECTURE FOR SECURITY AND PRIVACY IN IOT AND EMBEDDED DEVICES" The post TCG ANNOUNCES DICE ARCHITECTURE FOR SECURITY AND PRIVACY IN IOT AND EMBEDDED DEVICES appeared first on Trusted Computing Group.
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Embedded Insiders Podcast – Secure Your Network, No Matter the Cost

As the old axiom goes, “if you have to ask the price, then you can’t afford it.” I’m here to say that nothing could be further from the truth when it comes to securing your network. In fact, depending on the data that you’re protecting, it’s possible that there’s no cost that’s too high. Hosts … Continue reading "Embedded Insiders Podcast – Secure Your Network, No Matter the Cost" The post Embedded Insiders Podcast – Secure Your Network, No Matter the Cost appeared first on Trusted Computing Group.
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Announcing new functionality to automatically provision devices to Azure IoT Hub

We’re announcing a great new service to Azure IoT Hub that allows customers to provision millions of devices in a secure and scalable manner. Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning enables zero-touch provisioning to the right IoT hub without requiring human intervention, and is currently being used by early adopters to validate various solution deployment scenarios. The post Announcing new functionality to automatically provision devices to Azure IoT Hub appeared first on Trusted Computing Group.
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