Call For Participation: First TPM.DEV Miniconference 2020
Day 1 - Wednesday 21st of October
7 am PDT / 17:00 EEST Making Remote Attestation a mass practice Dimitar
Tomov, Founder of TPM.dev
8 am PDT / 18:00 EEST Device ID considerations: PKI and Trust Anchors
9 am PDT / 19:00 EEST Trustworthy 2020 Platforms: Mighty Mini AMD for
Digital Work, Play, and Currencies Piotr Król, 3mdeb
10 am PDT / 20:00 EEST Real-life examples of wolfTPM and wolfBoot David
Day 2 - Thursday 22nd of October
7 am PDT / 17:00 EEST Attestation meets Safety-Critical Systems Ian
Oliver, Nokia Bell Labs
8 am PDT / 18:00 EEST Remote Attestation at Enterprise Scale Mathew
9 am PDT / 19:00 EEST An introduction to Keylime’s Remote Attestation
Michael Peters, RedHat
10 am PDT / 20:00 EEST The Secure Enclaves and Attestation Ilhan Gurel,
We lower the barrier to using hardware-based security.
Cloud application or IoT device, a modern connected system is at risk
without a way to verify the integrity of the systems in the network. Join
our mini-conference to learn how to use hardware-based security to protect
your software and infrastructure. We want to remove the knowledge barrier
that limits the adoption of this state-of-the-art security.
Who are we? See http://tpm.dev
We are a group of developers who want to make our applications and systems
trusted using hardware-based security. So, the Users can verify the (cloud)
servers that are used to run their applications. We want our IoT devices to
existing in an Ecosystem of Trust thanks to a hardware root of trust and
remote attestation. To do this we are sharing experience, we meet online
every Wednesday and collaborate openly at TPM.dev
Welcome to the TPM.dev 2020 Mini Conference!
Please note that the Conference is open & free to attend.