HMS Tech Talks: Hardware Root of Trust

HMS Tech Talks: Hardware Root of Trust

Terms that are commonly mentioned when discussing the security of internet-connected devices include hardware root of trust, secure element and secure boot. But what do those terms mean from a user’s point of view?

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