April 18–19, 2018Boston Convention & Exhibition CenterBoston, MA

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  • CANCELED: Intel EPID: An IoT ID Standard for Device Authentication & Privacy

    Speaker:
    • Jennifer Gilburg  |  Director IoT Identity, Intel Platform Security Division
    Location:  160A
    Format: 45-Minute Technical Session
    Conference Track: Connected Devices and the Internet of Things
    Session Type: Conference (Paid)
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    Vault Recording: TBD

    Approved as a TCG & ISO direct anonymous attestation method and open sourced by Intel—EPID (Enhanced Privacy ID) is a proven solution that has been shipped in over 2.5 billion processors since 2008. EPID authenticates platform identity through remote attestation using asymmetric cryptography with security operations protected in the processors isolated trusted execution environment. With EPID, a single public key can have multiple private keys (typically millions). Verifiers authenticate the device as an anonymous member of the larger group, which protects the privacy of the user and prevents attack maps that can be created from traditional PKI authentication. Learn how to utilize or embed EPID in a device and discover the wide range of use cases EPID enables for IoT including 0 touch secure onboarding to IoT control platforms.