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Privacy Preserving Trust Agents

Crane, Stephen


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Abstract: A Trust Agent is an assembly of software components arranged to provide trusted remote entities access and control over certain aspects of a user's end system, in a privacy preserving manner. The Trust Agent recognising the end user as the platform owner, and consequently the owner of any personal information held on the platform. In this paper we describe two scenarios (one domestic, the other commercial) where Trust Agents can be deployed. The solution draws on some of the benefits that can be gained through the introduction of a TPM (Trusted Platform Module) to enhance platform security.

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