www.isg.rhul.ac.uk

www.mobilevce.com

Open Workshop on Trusted Computing

Jointly hosted by the Information Security Group, Royal Holloway, University of London and the Virtual Centre of Excellence in Mobile and Personal Communications (Mobile VCE)

30th March 2004

As computers are increasingly embedded, ubiquitous and always (wirelessly) connected, security becomes imperative; this has led to the development of the notion of a 'trusted platform'. The workshop introduces recent technology developments and describes application examples from current research.

Location

All presentations will take place in the Bourne Lecture Theatre 1, Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham, Surrey TW20 0EX. Directions and a campus map are available at the college web site (www.rhul.ac.uk/visitors-guide/).

Provisional programme

9:30: Registration (refreshments provided)

10:00: Welcome, Professor Fred Piper (Director, ISG) and Dr Walter Tuttlebee (Chief Executive, Mobile VCE)

Part 1: Trusted computing/trustworthy computing background and technology

10:10: An introduction to trusted computing, Chris Mitchell

10:30: TCPA and TCG, Eimear Gallery

11:20: Coffee

11:40: Microsoft Palladium and NGSCB, Eimear Gallery

12:30: Buffet lunch

Part 2: Applications of trusted computing

13:30: Using trusted computing to support single sign-on, Andreas Pashalidis

14:10: Secure content management using trusted computing, Allan Tomlinson

14:50: Tea

15:10: Protecting user privacy using trusted computing, Anand Gajparia

15:50: Distributing PKI functionality using trusted computing, Alex Dent

16:30: Closing remarks

Registration details

Participation in this workshop is free. However, prior registration is essential as spaces are limited. If you wish to attend please send an email to c.mitchell@rhul.ac.uk giving your name, your affiliation, and your email address you will receive a response confirming your place at the workshop and giving final details of the programme. A list of participants will be circulated on the day if you do not wish your affiliation or email address to be given please indicate this in your email.