October 25 - 26 - Edinburgh, UK
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Thursday, October 25 • 11:20 - 12:00
TPM Software Stack - Enabling the TPM2.0 Ecosystem in Linux - Peter Hüwe, Infineon Technologies AG & Joshua Lock, Intel

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Although the TPM2.0 specification was released in 2014 the TPM2.0 support under Linux used to be mediocre at best - until recently.

We gained initial kernel support with v4.0, enabled embedded devices with v4.9 and included the necessary TPM Ressource Manager just recently.

However just two years ago, the future of TPM2.0 userspace support was quite dark.
A single developer from Intel was working on getting the standardized SAPI layer of the stack into shape,
while more and more other non-standard stacks emerged, all trying to solve the same problem.

Today we have a vibrant open source project supporting the TPM2 Software Stack with contributions from Intel, RedHat, Fraunhofer SIT and Infineon - including the latest addition of the more userfriendly eSAPI and a OpenSSL engine.

This talk gives an overview over the TPM2 Software Stack, its use cases and a small road map update.

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Peter Huewe

Principal Engineer, Infineon Technologies AG
Embedded Security Software Developer @ Infineon Technologies AG developing the next generation of Trusted Platform Modules (TPM) and ePassports. Former TPM Subystem Maintainer.OpenSource and Linux enthusiast for 15+ years - advocating the use and support for open source within my... Read More →

Joshua Lock

Open Source Security Software Engineer, Intel
"Joshua has worked on a variety of open source operating system efforts at Intel's Open Source Technology Center (and elsewhere). Most notably he spent many years as a core engineer on the Yocto Project, where he touched most parts of the project from the OpenEmbedded Core buildsystem... Read More →

Thursday October 25, 2018 11:20 - 12:00 BST