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How to secure network equipment using Infineon OPTIGA™ TPM hardware-based security solutions, the TPM Software Stack and Lanner security exp

February 19, 2020

Networks, servers and IT infrastructure function as the brain and backbone of any IoT system. Though invisible to the naked eye, they have the power to connect devices, equipment and, in some instances, entire factories. Due to the increasing connectivity and dependence on networks, network equipment has become a frequent target for attacks.

The whitepaper reviews how developers can employ Infineon’s OPTIGA™ TPM and TCG’s TPM Software Stack (TSS) to provide enhanced security to protect network equipment. It describes the concepts and steps that must be understood to achieve the trust and security required for network equipment in commercial, industrial and government networks.

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