The TCPA 1.0 specification finally makes it possible to build low-cost computing platforms on a rock-solid foundation of trust. In Trusted Computing Platforms, leaders of the TCPA initiative place it in context, offering essential guidance for every systems developer and decision-maker. They explain what trusted computing platforms are, how they work, what applications they enable, and how TCPA can be used to protect data, software environments, and user privacy alike.
|Series:||HP Professional Series|
|Product dimensions:||7.20(w) x 9.40(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
About the Editor
DR. SIANI PEARSON is a Research Scientist at Hewlett Packard's Trusted e-Services Lab and has been a key member of the HP Labs team involved in founding and developing the Trusted Computer Platform Alliance (TCPA). She holds a Ph.D. in automated theorem proving at Edinburgh University and earned a fellowship at Cambridge University working in the same field. For the past four years, her research has focused on computer security, trust, and privacy.
With contributions from:
- Boris Balacheff
- Liqun Chen
- Dr. Siani Pearson
- David Plaquin
- Graeme Proudler