The Trusted Computing Conference Announces Microsoft, the Trusted Computing Group and Wave Systems Corp. as Diamond Sponsors

The Trusted Computing Conference Announces Microsoft, the Trusted Computing 
Group and Wave Systems Corp. as Diamond Sponsors 
ORLANDO, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 08/26/13 --  The inaugural Trusted
Computing Conference, which will take place Sept. 9-12, has secured
Microsoft, the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) and Wave Systems Corp.
as Diamond Sponsors. The three-day event, held at the Rosen Centre in
Orlando, Florida, will gather the most influential and powerful IT
security individuals and businesses to unify the standards-based
trusted computing message to further combat cyber threats.  
"We're thrilled to have Microsoft, the TCG and Wave on board as our
three Diamond sponsors for the inaugural Trusted Computing Conference
next month. All three have played integral roles in helping shape and
define what Trusted Computing means to the industry and have been
true champions of the cause," said Robert Thibadeau, head of the
Trusted Computing Conference Steering Committee. "Trusted Computing
offers an innovative -- and very effective -- approach to combatting
some of the thorniest cyber threats impacting the industry today." 
"Microsoft is proud to be an active participant in the Trusted
Computing Conference," said Steve Lipner, Partner Director of
Software Security in Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing Group.
"International industry groups like TCG are a vital part of
coordinated efforts to help create a safer, more trusted information
technology ecosystem." 
"Attendees at the TCC will learn new ways to implement available
Trusted Computing technologies using TCG standards and technologies,"
said Joerg Borchert, TCG President and Chairman. "Our members will
address in a number of session topics regarding security automation,
endpoint compliance, protection of devices beyond the PC architecture
and the evolution of Trusted Computing." 
Borchert will provide a keynote address titled, "Beyond One Billion
Endpoints - A Short History of IT Security's Most Important Concept"
on Tuesday, Sept. 10. Borchert will address endpoint security, TCG
standards, and will share exciting examples of Trusted Computing in
action. Attendees will also hear how the TCG works with government
and standards groups worldwide.  
In addition to Lipner, Borchert and Thibadeau, confirmed speakers
this year's TCC will include media and cyber security experts, such
as Debora A. Plunkett, Director of the Information Assurance
Directorate (IAD) for the National Security Agency (NSA); Richard
Stiennon, founder of analyst firm IT-Harvest; and Derek Brink, Vice
President, Research Fellow in IT security for the Aberdeen Group, as
well as other recognized thought leaders and experts in the field of
trusted computing.  
This year's Trusted Computing Conference track sessions will include: 

--  Track 1: What is Trusted Computing?
     Explore existing Trusted
    Computing Group technology and specifications that demonstrate the
    power of open-industry collaboration.
--  Track 2: Integrated & Applied Trusted Computing
     Learn how Trusted
    Computing can support virtualization, sandboxing, mobile device
    management, cloud computing, social networking and more.
--  Track 3: Trusted Computing, Law & Government
     Trusted Computing
    specifications and products are being integrated into various national
    technology and procurement directives. Legal and technology experts
    will explain how civil law intersects with Trusted Computing
--  Track 4: Trusted Computing for the Future: Vision & Advanced Uses
    Explore the design objectives, current product implementations, and
    future directions of Trusted Computing technologies for hardening the
    current software security solutions.

For information and to register, visit: 
Trusted Computing Conference 2013
c/o Corporate Communications
27 Otis Street, Suite 200
Westborough, MA 01581
Attn: Mike Dobinski
P: 800-733-7185
F: 508-366-2545
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