TPMs Can't Be Hacked - Cybersecurity Mythbusters

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Patrick McBride and Jasson Casey at Beyond Identity

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A TPM (or Trusted Platform Module) is an industry standard component that protects keys that can be used for authentication. The important property of TPMs is that the private key is protected from even the lowest level of the operating system. This property protects a TPM key from phishing and other attacks that may expose it. It is available on most PCs, networking equipment, and industrial controllers. But can a TPM be hacked? Our Security Architect, Monty Wiseman is with us to help us find out! Join Beyond Identity's CMO, Patrick McBride, and CTO, Jasson Casey, as they try to bust this latest myth! Follow Beyond Identity: Website:
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