TPM 2.0 - The New Trusted Platform Module
DATE: Monday 30 November 2015
LOCATION: Kristen Nygaards sal (room 5370), Ole Johan Dahl's House.
11:00h Welcome at IFI
11:15h Talk: Overview of TPM 2.0 and practical implementation challenges of TPM based systems
SPEAKER: Federico Mancini
ABSTRACT: The presentation will briefly go through the classical TPM features and architecture, and then introduce some aspects of the new TPM 2.0 specifications. We will then discuss the limitations and implementation challenges we encountered when trying to integrate actual TPM 1.2 modules in our tactical Identity Management Framework, with a particular focus on the PKI infrastructure that we used.
SPEAKER BIO: Federico Mancini is a senior researcher in information security at the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment. His research focuses mainly on hardware based security for both stationary and mobile devices (TPM, Intel TXT, TrustZone and smart cards); identity management; and high assurance systems. Until August this year he also held a position as Adjunct Associate Professor at UiB where he supervised various master students and one PhD student working on topics concerning security in mobile health systems. He previously worked also on Java security, contributing among other things to the implementation of the Hibernate Validator. He got his Ph.D. in algorithms and graph theory in 2008 from the University of Bergen.