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Trusted Platform Modules: Why, When and How to Use Them
(Englisch)
Why, when and how to use them
Segall, Ariel

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Produktbeschreibung

This book describes the primary uses for Trusted Platform Modules (TPMs) and practical considerations such as when TPMs can and should be used, when they shouldn't be, what advantages they provide, and how to actually make use of them, with use cases and worked examples of how to implement these use cases on a real system.

Über den Autor



Ariel Segall has been working professionally with trusted computing technologies since graduating from MIT in 2004. She spent more than a decade at the MITRE corporation researching and implementing a wide variety of secure system designs built on TPMs and related technologies, aimed at both government and enterprise use cases. Ariel was an active contributor in the Trusted Computing Group and primary specification author for their Virtualization Working Group for several years, and has taught multiple courses on TPMs and related topics. She is currently working as a security architect and trusted computing expert at Akamai Technologies.


Inhaltsverzeichnis




  • Chapter 1: Introduction

  • Chapter 2: When to use a TPM

  • Chapter 3: TPM concepts and functionality

  • Chapter 4: Programming introduction

  • Chapter 5: Provisioning: getting the TPM ready to use

  • Chapter 6: First steps: TPM keys

  • Chapter 7: Machine authentication

  • Chapter 8: Data protection

  • Chapter 9: Attestation

  • Chapter 10: Other TPM features

  • Chapter 11: Software, specifications, and more: Where to find other TPM resource

  • Chapter 12: Troubleshooting

  • Chapter 13: Conclusion and review

  • Appendix A: Basic cryptographic concepts

  • Appendix B: Command equivalence and requirements charts

  • Appendix C:Complete code samples


Klappentext



This book describes the primary uses for Trusted Platform Modules (TPMs) and practical considerations such as when TPMs can and should be used, when they shouldn't be, what advantages they provide, and how to actually make use of them, with use cases and worked examples of how to implement these use cases on a real system.