[tc-rg] TC-RG set up

David Chadwick d.w.chadwick at kent.ac.uk
Thu Jun 2 06:38:06 CDT 2005

We have a use case. We are planning to use the TCB to hold the keys for 
a Secure Audit Web Service that we are building



Andrew Martin wrote:
> Dear all,
> The TC-RG (Trusted Computing Research Group) is now up and running;
> welcome to those who have signed up to the list. Others are welcome to
> join (by sending a message to majordomo at ggf.org, saying
> `s*bscribe tc-rg'
> ---replace the * with a u. Majordomo bounces this message when I spell 
> it out in full).
> We are planning two meetings at GGF14:  Wenbo is arranging a seminar in
> the community track programme, with several speakers talking about
> experiences so far with TC.  We will also have a TC-RG research group
> session, with an opportunity to discuss those topics, and hear about
> progress towards our goals.
> One of those goals is a use case document.  I'd be pleased to hear from
> anyone who wants to contribute a (possible, potential, actual, etc.) use
> case for trusted computing in Grid middleware or applications.  I'll
> begin to collate these with the ideas presented at the BOF.  Please send
> your ideas to the TC-RG list.
> Best regards
> Andrew Martin and Wenbo Mao.


David W. Chadwick, BSc PhD
Professor of Information Systems Security
The Computing Laboratory, University of Kent, Canterbury, CT2 7NF
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Entrust key validation string: MLJ9-DU5T-HV8J
PGP Key ID is 0xBC238DE5


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