The threat landscape is continually evolving. Data stored in corporate databases, edge sites, and employee devices connected to corporate networks is highly vulnerable to bad actors who are incentivized to take advantage of all this juicy information. While there is no perfect security technology that will prevent every type of attack, there are new secure computing methods where trust is built into the technology architecture. One of these methods is called Trusted Computing.
Trusted Computing takes its name from the field of trusted systems and expects computer systems to behave in a certain way that is enforced through computer hardware and software. With the deluge of data across devices that span virtual machines, mobile devices, cloud computing, and IoT, there is a need to secure data residing across a diverse, complex and ever growing infrastructure. Securing this data is vital in creating trust between those that provide the data and those that store and use the data. Trusted Computing is leading the way in defining models to build trusted systems that use a RoT, such as a TPM, to secure data and access.
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