Platform Security Technologies That Use TPM 2.0
Okay, we’ve written a whole book on TPMs, and you’ve apparently read the whole thing. Perhaps our attempts to keep the book interesting were successful. . .or you’re extraordinarily persistent. . .or maybe you just cheated and skipped to the conclusion.
Either way, we’ve reached the end of the matter. TPMs are great and awesome, the security equivalent of sliced bread, no doubt about it. And TPMs by themselves offer a good level of security. For instance, an application like Microsoft’s BitLocker can use a TPM to securely store a hard disk encryption key and control access to the key. ...