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What does TC stand for?
TC stands for Trusted Computing
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Trusted Computing Group's Brian Berger to Address Plenary Session; TCG Experts in Network Security, Data Protection and Authentication to Host Breakouts and Demonstrations PORTLAND, Ore.
Worldwide Security Industry Standards Group Speaks, Demonstrates Enterprise Security at Interop Tokyo TOKYO -- The Trusted Computing Group (TCG), an industry organization that develops specifications to enable computing security across the enterprise, today announced it has established its TCG Japan Regional Forum (JRF).
Wave's EMBASSY[R] Remote Administration Server Enables Enterprise Deployment of Trusted Computing SAN FRANCISCO -- (RSA Conference 2007, Booth #2113) - Wave Systems Corp.
The Trusted Computing Group (TCG), whose open specifications for computing security have been built into an estimated 50 million trusted systems(a), will host a half-day workshop at the February RSA Conference 2007 to educate users and developers about the implementation of trusted systems.
Using Wave's Trusted Computing Group-Enabled Cryptographic Service Provider (CSP), Deepnet can deploy its Smart ID virtual smart card application with hardware-generated and stored cryptographic keys.
Secure Trusted Computing Applications for Business Users to Leverage Embedded TPM Security Chips LEE, Mass.
The 140 members of the Trusted Computing Group have elected representatives from Fujitsu Limited, Seagate Technology and Wave Systems Corp.