The TCG Storage specifications are intended to provide a comprehensive command architecture for putting storage devices under policy control as determined by the trusted platform host, the capabilities of the storage device to conform with the policies of the trusted platform, and the lifecycle state of the storage device as a trusted peripheral (TPer). This document MAY also serve as a specification for TPers if that is deemed appropriate.
The Physical Presence Interface utilizes the industry-standard Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) to provide a communication mechanism between the OS and the BIOS, enabling the OS and the BIOS to cooperate to provide a simple and straightforward platform user experience for administering the TPM without sacrificing security.
The purpose of this document is to define a standard interface to the TPM on an EFI platform. This standard interface is useful on any of the three example instantiations of an EFI platform shown in Figures 2-1, 2-2, and 2-3, as well as other instantiations.
The Trusted Network Connect (TNC) Work Group defines an open solution architecture that enables network operators to enforce policies regarding endpoint integrity when granting access to a network infrastructure. Software Identification tags (SWID tags) are XML documents that identify a specific software product.
This document describes errata and clarifications for the TCG Trusted Platform Module Library Version 2.0 Revision 1.16 as published. The information in this document is likely –but not certain– to be incorporated into a future version of the specification. Suggested fixes proposed in this document may be modified before being published in a later TCG Specification.