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Wednesday, October 30 • 14:25 - 15:00
tpm2-software.github.io - Enabling the TPM2.0 Ecosystem in Linux - Peter Huewe, Infineon Technologies AG

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If you own a modern laptop, the chances are high that it contains a small security chip called TPM, a Trusted Platform Module – but what is it good for and how can you use it under Linux?
In this talk, we will cover some basics of the TPM2.0 and explain how to realize certain use cases using the tpm2-software stack.
The tpm2-software.github.io project aims to facilitate the use of the TPM from userspace and is backed by contributions from Intel, RedHat, Fraunhofer SIT, and Infineon Technologies and many more.
With the latest addition of the more user friendly eSAPI and FAPI, the tpm2-software stack makes it easy for developers to create applications that use the TPM.
This is supplemented by an accompanying OpenSSL engine, a PKCS11 provider and a TPM based one time pad application, which make it easy to use the TPM to enhance system security.
This talk will be a more introductionary variant of the talk given at the LSSE18 / LSS19, going more into the details of the TPM2.0.

Speakers
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Peter Huewe

Senior Staff Engineer, Infineon Technologies AG
Embedded Security Software Developer @ Infineon Technologies AG developing the next generation of Trusted Platform Modules (TPM) and ePassports. Currently listed as maintainer for the TPM subsystem (but quite inactive to be honest, since Jarkko is doing an excellent job). OpenSource... Read More →


Wednesday October 30, 2019 14:25 - 15:00
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