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Trusted Computing Group shows off IoT-sized TPM hardware

The non-profit Trusted Computing Group (TCG) has unveiled what it calls the “world’s tiniest” Trusted Platform Module (TPM). Called Radicle, the prototype was demonstrated at a TCG members meeting in Poland, recently, and aims to bring the hardware-based root of trust (RoT) capabilities enjoyed by servers and PCs to the IoT world. Founded by AMD, HP, IBM, Intel, and Microsoft, way back in 2003, the TCG was a successor to the Trusted Computing Platform Alliance (TCPA). Since its creation, the TCG developed and standardized the TPM design in 2009, as ISO 11889, looking to bring TPM capabilities to the world of mobile devices, expanding from the TCPA’s focus on larger computers. Now, the Radicle prototype design is going to be…

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