Key features and benefits of Mocana’s support of TPM 2.0 for IoT and industrial devices include:

  • Advanced Ciphers Support: Support for advanced ciphers including Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC), and 256- and 512-bit Secure Hash Algorithms (SHA) 2.
  • Multiple Ownership of Keys: Separates owners for the Endorsement Key (EK) for signing/attestation from the Storage Root Key (SRK) with support for Endorsement Hierarchies (EH) and Storage Hierarchies (SH).
  • Better Seeding for Entropy: Seeding and reseeding of a non-deterministic pseudorandom number generator with an entropy source internal to the TPM’s cryptographic boundary to ensure a high degree of randomness for key generation.
  • Support for Windows and Linux: Solution is optimized for embedded systems running Windows or Linux-based operating systems.
  • Pre-integrated Support: Multi-vendor support for TCG TPM 1.2 and 2.0 specification from Infineon, Nuvoton, and STMicro.
  • Enables Compliance with Security Standards: Only solution to meet the requirements for US NIST 800-63B AAL3, the highest level of authentication assurance, and support Proof of Possession of a secret for both Certificate Management over CMS (CMC) and the Enrollment of Secure Transport (EST).
  • Secure Storage: Support for use of certified TPM keys for the encryption of on-device storage.
  • Secure Communications: Support for use of TPM keys for both asymmetric and symmetric key generation for SSL/TLS and IPsec.
  • Secure Firmware Updates: Support for use of TPM keys to ensure devices are trusted before firmware is updated.
  • Secure Containerized Applications: Ensures the trustworthiness of containerized applications and strengthens the trustworthiness of firmware updates.

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Securing Containers in IIoT Gateways and Endpoints with TPM 2.0

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Securing Containers in IIoT Gateways and Endpoints with TPM 2.0

Dean Weber, Chief Technology Officer, Mocana and Keao Caindec, Vice President of Marketing, Mocana

Trusted Platform Module (TPM) technology is designed to provide hardware-based, security-related functions. A TPM chip is a secure crypto-processor that includes multiple physical security mechanisms to make it tamper resistant, and malicious software is unable to tamper with the security functions of the TPM. This session will cover how Mocana enables the use TPM certified keys to secure Docker containers, LinuX Containers (LXCs) and VMs on industrial IoT gateways and endpoints.

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