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JRF-TCG Workshop to DeliverNext Generation Cyber Security for Japan

by Anthony Weaver

The increasing number of connected devices, as well as the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT), means businesses now require new security methods capable of detecting unauthorized access in order to protect sensitive or critical data from being exploited. 

Protecting companies and public sector organisations from cyber attacks will be the key topic of an open workshop being held by TCG’s Japan Regional Forum (JRF) at the Hilton Tokyo on February 29. The event will illustrate the advancements being made to protect internet connected devices through the use of Trusted Platform Modules (TPMs) and other remote attestation technologies.

The workshop will provide a forum for TCG members, developers, users, and policy makers involved in information security to discuss and exchange their views on the current landscape of cyber security. Including collaborations with industry titans such as NEC, the event will examine the latest trends in cyber security, including Post Quantum Computing (PQC) and Software Bill of Materials (SBOM). Key discussions on Zero Trust, Interoperability and Cross Device, Cross Industry and Supply Chain Security will also be held.

Please see the full release below and attached. If you would like to speak to a member of the JRF about the Workshop, please use the email provided below.

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